Undefinable in a sentence

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It had raised in her mind, not a doubt, but an undefined, undefinable anxiety.
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The new doctor was a youthfully dressed man, clean-shaven, but with an undefinable air of being much older than his smooth face led one to suppose.
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From that moment with the name of Dane were associated strange ideas of strength, daring, and superhuman stature; and an undefinable curiosity for all that is connected with the Danish race began to pervade me; and if, long after, when I became a student I devoted myself with peculiar zest to Danish lore and the acquirement of the old Norse tongue and its dialects, I can only explain the matter by the early impression received at Hythe from the tale of the old sexton, beneath the pent-house, and the sight of the Danish skull.
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There is one sort of patriotic attachment which principally arises from that instinctive, disinterested, and undefinable feeling which connects the affections of man with his birthplace.
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It all comes, I believe, from trying to define the undefinable.
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His spirits were not as buoyant as usual, and I felt an undefinable anxiety which I did not mention.
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It merely seemed as if all of Nature-very gradually-was soaking itself full of some light; it was dim at first, but never grey; and then it became the whitest, the clearest, the most undefinable light.
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A conclusion she had arrived at from no better evidence than the well-bred appearance and manners of the aunt, and the exquisite delicacy of the niece's form and features, with the undefinable air of distinction which accompanied even her most careless and sportive moments.
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The undefinable smell of the East was in the air.
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The rain is followed by hailstones which fly through the defile in battalions-rolling, hopping, ricochetting, snapping, clattering down the shelving banks in an undefinable haze of confusion.
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The undefinable shape that now entered the pilot-house had Mr. X.'s voice.
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A smile, of peculiar and undefinable expression, crossed the thin lips of the priest; he rose, walked to the door, and saw that it was carefully closed.
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An undefinable taint of death had clung always about him, and now in early manhood he believed himself smitten by mortal disease.
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A change had come over the whole man, the more impressive because wholly undefinable.
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I felt as if a something undefinable by any name had rushed from me, and in that rush that a struggle was over.
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There was in the whole atmosphere of the craft that undefinable something which presages disaster.
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A hint or two, an undefinable flying allusion, gave the General to understand that Lady Camper had not been happy in her marriage.
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Buzzby doated on her as if she were his only child, and felt a secret pride in being in some undefinable way her protector.
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She had been, after all, unable to stay out the ten days of her visit: the undefinable sense of being needed, so often the determining motive of her actions, drew her back to Long Island at the end of the week.
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But she did not think long of herself, for an undefinable anxiety ran through her thoughts like a black thread.
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Examples of Undefinable

Example #1
He saw the glance, and said: "I was writing to one who has been as a sister to me.
Example #2
Hylda looked towards the letter lying on the table.
Example #3
As he had a large practice, he said, he would beg our pardon for interrupting but would not take long.
Example #4
Kennedy had hardly begun to repeat and elaborate the story which he had already told regarding his mythical friend who had at last a commercial wireless "televue," as he called it on the spur of the moment, when Jane, the aged caretaker, announced Dr. Scott.
Example #5
And thus we went on straying from place to place, at Hythe to-day, and perhaps within a week looking out from our hostel-window upon the streets of old Winchester, our motions ever in accordance with the 'route' of the regiment, so habituated to change of scene that it had become almost necessary to our existence.
Example #6
I never forgot the Daneman's skull; like the apparition of the viper in the sandy lane, it dwelt in the mind of the boy, affording copious food for the exercise of imagination.