One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘‘We'll have to get police escorts for you, sir,’ the soldier said imperviously.’
- ‘This time, he had posted several titles of fantasy books on the chalkboard, and then let us imperviously vote.’
- ‘From years of denial and austere behavioural therapy groups - whether in school or privately with a psychiatrist - there are some who are imperviously self-conscious and rely heavily on medication to mask whatever symptoms may surface.’
- ‘The two Virginians were shrewd men with an imperviously close bond and an impressive degree of patience and self-control.’
- ‘She is strangely dissociated from her husband, whose disembodied voice, imperviously reciting poetry, ‘struck close upon her ears.’’
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