Notwithstanding this very plausible explanation, Hamel was conscious of the remains of an uneasiness which he scarcely knew how to put into words
"They would not be a girl's feelings any longer if they could be put into words
," replied the mountain nymph, laughing, but avoiding his eye.
John said: "It's quite difficult to put into words
why I love the Black Country.
Rice added: "The result is difficult to put into words
. The players have done the job.
It's hard to put into words
what today means to me...
In the testimony she gave against Nassar earlier this year, the Olympic gold medallist said realising you're a survivor of sexual abuse is 'really hard to put into words
I really cannot put into words
what has happened here''.
This little boy had put into words
exactly what all those people were thinking.
"To hear the songs now and how they have absolutely transformed gives me a feeling that I just cannot put into words
I have seen caring in my life, through the work I was involved in, yet what I witnessed in this hospital, is going to be very difficult to put into words
He said: "I can't put into words
what it means to me.
"It's not easy to put into words
what I felt," he said.
A one-move rule for overtaking has finally been put into words
He said hardly anything and kept using the line: "It's hard to put into words
The devastated woman said: "I cannot put into words
how devastated I am.