benignantly

[ bih-nig-nuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF benignantly
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They stopped as I approached, and Don Balthasar listened to me benignantly.

"Do not distress yourself, my dear Miss Kendall," she said, benignantly.

He smiled, benignantly, and granted my request with a saintly amiability.

“You see I have brought him back safe after all,” said the major, benignantly smiling.

"I surely hope so, Mrs. Brenton," he answered her benignantly.

The seaman turned to him, however, with a benignantly apologetic smile.

He heard me benignantly, but said he regretted that it was not in his power to oblige me.

"I cannot tell; for I do not know when you will be radically cured," said the doctor, benignantly.

"I do, indeed," and Mrs. Tuke smiled upon her visitor most benignantly.

Doth jealousy smile so benignantly and offer its house to the bride?

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