And then night and extinction - nothing but a silent mass of impenetrable vapour hiding its dead.
Tom stared into the impenetrable blackness of the night sky.
In reality, translation is akin to working for peanuts, since the corresponding meaning of something in one language is often hidden in some deep and impenetrable recesses of the other. As a result, the translator is forced to search all over... Never mind that the picky reader is very difficult to fool.
Commissioner and rapporteurs, I would like to thank our rapporteurs for their excellent work on a quite impenetrable matter.
Nice makes the European labyrinth no less impenetrable and more durable.
My action here does not imply a softening of my attitude to the EU and its impenetrable, inflexible and unaccountable structure.
Outsiders find European regulations a great and impenetrable mystery.
The procedure for accessing European money is fairly complicated and impenetrable.
The way the report has been set out has improved a little bit; however, I think the document itself is still largely impenetrable.
The Commission programme makes fortress Europe even more impenetrable.
not admitting of penetration or passage into or through: thick, dense
impossible to understand: incomprehensible, uncomprehensible
permitting little if any light to pass through because of denseness of matter: heavy, thick, dense