1 The words and the light blurred into one vast indefinite happiness, and she believed that some great thing was coming to her.
2 Daily he returned to the subject of the new house, but as to time and mode he was indefinite.
3 As to details Mrs. Bogart was indefinite, and angry that she should be questioned.
4 She still had a chance to seize splendid indefinite freedoms.
5 Yet was there a sort of indefinite, half-attained, unimaginable sublimity about it that fairly froze you to it, till you involuntarily took an oath with yourself to find out what that marvellous painting meant.
6 In his eyes there was mute, indefinite reproach.
7 He searched about in his mind for an adequate malediction for the indefinite cause, the thing upon which men turn the words of final blame.
8 As the meeting had been held at Uncle Tom's weekly, for an indefinite length of time, without any more "cheers," there seemed some encouragement to hope that a way would be discovered at present.
9 The words were sometimes the well-known and common hymns sung in the churches about, and sometimes of a wilder, more indefinite character, picked up at camp-meetings.
10 The newcomer was a short, large-boned, yellow-faced, wrinkled old man, with gray bushy eyebrows overhanging bright eyes of an indefinite grayish color.
11 Though in Moscow the Rostovs belonged to the best society without themselves giving it a thought, yet in Petersburg their circle of acquaintances was a mixed and indefinite one.
12 Rostov still had the same indefinite feeling, as of shame.
13 and so on; but as soon as the war was touched on, or what the nobility had been convened for, the talk became undecided and indefinite.
14 All that Pierre saw was so indefinite that neither the left nor the right side of the field fully satisfied his expectations.
15 said the count, muttering some indefinite order.