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in a stupid manner

in a concentrated manner


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By and bye he passed into a cross street, which, although densely filled with people, was not quite so much thronged as the main one he had quitted.
They hung over the bulwarks, densely grouped; they leaned forward on their elbows for hours, their shoulders kept on a level with their ears; the men in furred caps, smoking long-bowled pipes, the women with babies hidden in remarkably ugly shawls.
But these other apartments were densely crowded, and in them beat feverishly the heart of life.
In those days, and till comparatively recent times, the country was densely wooded.
About half a mile from the house was a picturesque strip of water, some fifteen hundred yards in width and a little less in length, in the centre of which stood a small and densely wooded island.
Absent--that was what he was: so absent from everything most densely real and near to those about him that it sometimes startled him to find they still imagined he was there.
The fog that was dispersing on the hill lay still more densely below, where they were descending.
If Lydgate had been aware of all the pride he excited in that delicate bosom, he might have been just as well pleased as any other man, even the most densely ignorant of humoral pathology or fibrous tissue: he held it one of the prettiest attitudes of the feminine mind to adore a man's pre-eminence without too precise a knowledge of what it consisted in.
The country beyond them appeared more open and park-like than I had anticipated, since from the main-land the entire coast that is visible seems densely clothed with tropical jungle.
His eyes were close set and the irises densely black and very small, so that the white of the eyeball showed around them.
Hundreds of times before had Tarzan been to this secluded spot, which was so densely surrounded by thorn bushes and tangled vines and creepers of huge girth that not even Sheeta, the leopard, could worm his sinuous way within, nor Tantor, with his giant strength, force the barriers which protected the council chamber of the great apes from all but the harmless denizens of the savage jungle.
So densely wooded was the knoll, and so steep, that he had to dismount and go up on foot, at times even on hands and knees struggling hard to force a way through the thicker underbrush.
And bigger than such things was life, of which they were densely, hopelessly ignorant.
The coast was densely overgrown, nor was any building or sign of man apparent from the water.
At the bottom he came out on a flat, so densely forested that he could not make out its extent.