He had told her the most extraordinary, the most inconceivable, the most unwelcome news; and she could think of nothing else.
I have three very particular friends who have been all dying for him in their turn; and the pains which they, their mothers (very clever women), as well as my dear aunt and myself, have taken to reason, coax, or trick him into marrying, is inconceivable!
And I must say, that its being for you has raised him inconceivably in my opinion.
The mischief such a man does on an estate, both as to the credit of his employer and the welfare of the poor, is inconceivable.
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"Unthinkable! Inconceivable! Absurd! He could never be made into marshmallows!"