Learn English Grammar From A–Z
- Why contribute to collections of essays that try to explain the inexplicable?
- The book became a hit thanks to Singh's gift for explaining the inexplicable.
- For some inexplicable reason, they have switched my account to a broadband one again.
- This week's special guest may well be the person to explain the inexplicable.
- For them, that idea is the undiscovered planet that explains otherwise inexplicable convictions.
- Already this has been a tour where attempting to explain the inexplicable has become a parlour game.
- For some inexplicable reason the DJ on the radio has decided that it would be a good idea to play the Happy Days theme song.
- How is it possible, that for whatever inexplicable reason these atrocities carry on?
- For some inexplicable reason, my improvised soundtracks don't go down well.
- For some inexplicable reason, they seem to grow better when planted in twos.
- Does the existence of something inexplicable make our own mind, our own mystery that much more special?
- She was aware that she was babbling, but for some inexplicable reason she was nervous.
- Not only were expenses loosely accounted for, but there were a lot of inexplicable receipts.
- It is important, he explains, to find answers to what we currently find inexplicable.
- I was on the brink of tears for no reason other than the moment's inherent, inexplicable beauty.
- To subjugate all paths to the proofs of Science is to neglect the irrational and inexplicable mysteries of Creation.
- The inexplicable stays unexplained, and in the daylight that doesn't seem to be a problem.
- I couldn't look at her face, flushed with complete bewilderment and even some inexplicable anger.
- He shrugs aside questions on the deeper reasons for his sudden and inexplicable departure.
- She said the offence was inexplicable and Williams was ashamed of what he had done.