blandly


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Related to blandly: desultorily, dictionary, insolently, languidly
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There is a class of men in Bristol monstrously prejudiced against Blandly.
When the detective had gone off to busy himself with that department of the business, to telephone and write his report, when Herries had gone back, probably to the brandy bottle, and the Prime Minister had blandly sauntered away toward a comfortable armchair in another part of the garden, Horne Fisher spoke directly to Harold March.
Come in, sir," said he blandly, smiling at our surprised faces.
Ah, not for me," said the chaplain blandly, "for I have been watching you and Miss Honeychurch for quite a little time.
A castle argent is certainly my crest," said he blandly.
The sculptor should have represented New York as a conjuror in evening dress, smiling blandly as he changed a rabbit into a bowl of goldfish.
But a stir in that direction, a gathering of reverential awe in the rustic faces, and a blandly ferocious assumption on the part of Mr.
But, my dear princess," answered Anna Mikhaylovna blandly but impressively, blocking the way to the bedroom and preventing the other from passing, "won't this be too much for poor Uncle at a moment when he needs repose?
I will send them back to where they came from," Da Souza interrupted blandly.
Nothing particularly abusive," Sir Edward answered blandly.
Sir," said Gentleman Jones, smoothing down his wristbands again, and addressing me blandly as I lay on the floor, "I have the honor to inform you that you have now received your first lesson in politeness.
Great and good friend," said the Editor, blandly, looking up from his work, "we are far asunder, it seems.
One night he lapped his new milk as usual at Uncle Roger's dairy door and then sat blandly on the flat stone before it, giving the world assurance of a cat, sleek sides glistening, plumy tail gracefully folded around his paws, brilliant eyes watching the stir and flicker of bare willow boughs in the twilight air above him.
It was a quarter past twelve when Lady Lundie rose blandly from the whist-table, and said that she supposed somebody must set the example of going to bed.
Suppose you mind your own business," suggested O'Sullivan, blandly.