- un- + seizable (Wiktionary)
“The unseizable essence of the two books isn't pictures at all, the Tenniel illustrations notwithstanding.”
“The Fascist loves his neighbor, but the word neighbor does not stand for some vague and unseizable conception.”
“There is a sort of moral climate in a household, an impalpable, unseizable, indefinable set of influences, which predispose the inmates to industry and self-control, or else relax fibre and slacken purpose.”
“This, they say, is what we live by — this unseizable force.”
“It is thus that we live, they say, driven by an unseizable force.”
“A stranger, seeing them together, would have noticed an unseizable resemblance between these second cousins of the third generations of Forsytes; the same bone formation in face, though”
“Into his life, out of his life she had walked like that swaying and erect, remote, unseizable; ever eluding the contact of his soul!”
“But there was between the cousins another far less obvious antipathy — coming from the unseizable family resemblance, which each perhaps resented; or from some half-consciousness of that old feud persisting still between their branches of the clan, formed within them by odd words or half-hints dropped by their elders.”
“And once more he felt the malaise of one who contemplates himself as seen by another — like a dog who chances on his reflection in a mirror, and is intrigued and anxious at the unseizable thing.”
“And the responses, low-muttered, in voices through which rose the same tone, the same unseizable family ring, sounded weird, as though murmured in hurried duplication by a single person.”
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