In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- To discover a talent and help it to flourish is an indescribable high.
- It's like, whatever I learnt or received from the Reiki today had an effect on me in some indescribable manner.
- The question really comes down to being asked to describe the indescribable.
- Like all mystically indescribable ideals, glove perfection is best described through negation.
- As for the three-day trek there was no point in describing the indescribable.
- It was suddenly extremely short and coloured an indescribable shade of ginger.
- But Serenity has an indescribable atmosphere, a palpable sense that living in this world is dangerous.
- Next to her in the back is Jasper, who is wearing an indescribable woe-is-me expression.
- Most people describe a plane of almost indescribable beauty, peace, and comfort.
- Each soul undergoes terrible and indescribable sufferings, related to the manner in which it has sinned.
- When she was very young, she had a quality that's almost indescribable, a luminescence.
- The smell in the hut is indescribable in a family magazine.
- The trangressiveness of this act for both communities is indescribable.
- It is as easy as sitting down on a comfortable chair and what happens next is almost indescribable.
- This is an indescribable surprise and honour so thank you.
- How does one describe an incredibly beautiful land and its indescribable tragedy?
- When one achieves that, there is an indescribable sense of fulfilment.
- Whatever the discouragement, it is rewarding to persevere and find a nugget, when the thrill of discovery is indescribable.
- Love has always been considered as an innocent and indescribable alliance between two people.
- To have a morning walk at such a time is an indescribable experience.
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