calmly

[ kahm; older use kam; spelling pronunciation kahlm ]SEE DEFINITION OF calmly

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CALMLY

"Captain Haley knows very well the falsehood of what he says," said our hero, calmly.

"Not the first time Bill Dozier has done it," said Henry calmly.

"Ask Allister what fighting had to do with the running of things," said Andrew calmly.

"Then we'll say at three," she said calmly, and took an orderly and unflurried departure.

Angelique had listened to all this calmly, with her hands listlessly clasped in her lap.

"Still, I added to the collection to-day," pursued Miss Whitmore, calmly.

Yet they behaved with Oriental composure and calmly accepted the inevitable.

"She is the only thing I have left to love, Monsieur," he answered, calmly.

She said this calmly and quietly, as though to impress her informant and reassure him.

"I shall say just how it all happened, that we quarreled, and upset the wagon," said Sami calmly.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CALMLY

unsurprisingly

adverbnot alarmingly
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