In a 1964 Esquire profile, the usually savage Helen Lawrenson said his personality had paralyzed her into wordlessness.
Behind his wordlessness, however, Mr. Masterson nourished a poor opinion of this social movement.
Indeed, this wordlessness had for him an extraordinary charm.
Then she went out and stood under the tree which in its wordlessness was still a more sympathetic confidant than human beings.
As Mr. Coddington listened without comment to the speech his wordlessness was an enigma to the men.
If there were wordlessness for five hundred years, man would seek vast inarticulate words for himself.