1 Mr. Bounderby sat looking at her, as, with the points of a stiff, sharp pair of scissors, she picked out holes for some inscrutable ornamental purpose, in a piece of cambric.
2 Clifford sat in the pale sun, with the light on his smooth, rather blond hair, his reddish full face inscrutable.
3 And he became a soldier, inscrutable, only pale with annoyance.
4 He sat square and well-groomed in his chair, his hair sleek and blond, and his face fresh, his blue eyes pale, and a little prominent, his expression inscrutable, but well-bred.
5 But his face was inscrutable, under the heavy brows.
6 Hilda fixed her sister with grey, inscrutable eyes.
7 For an hour or more he was at work, returning at last with his feet heavy with snow and his features as inscrutable as ever.
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8 But the moor with its mysteries and its strange inhabitants remains as inscrutable as ever.
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9 He is such an inscrutable fellow that I never quite know what to make of him.
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10 He is a quiet, inscrutable fellow; as most of those Indians are.
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11 And yet the motives of women are so inscrutable.
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12 For an hour she had watched Rhett hold the yarn Melanie was winding for knitting, had noted the blank inscrutable expression when Melanie talked at length and with pride of Ashley and his promotion.
13 He leaned back carelessly in his chair and looked into her tense face and his own dark face was inscrutable.
14 He looked at her oddly, still inscrutable and as she hurried on she could not tell if he were amused or repelled.
15 Mammy, who was waiting just inside the door, gave her an inscrutable look and followed her, puffing, up the stairs to the bedroom.