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"If you float—after a while you don't know quite where you're floating," said Mrs. Severance's voice detachedly.
YOUNG PEOPLE'S PRIDESTEPHEN VINCENT BENET
Bob obediently fumbled with the box, while Betty gazed detachedly across the aisle.
He had learned to understand her point of view, which was detachedly æsthetic and rather removed from the world of the sensuous.
THE "GENIUS"THEODORE DREISER
He was weak, damnably weak; and for years he had admired himself, detachedly, as a man of pride.
It seemed a brief order, for the brow of the latter clouded as he wrote it down and detachedly strolled off.
THE GIRL IN THE MIRRORELIZABETH GARVER JORDAN
Speaking calmly, detachedly, but not cynically, it is a phase.
T. TEMBAROMFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
The duke gave a moment to considering the matter—still detachedly.
T. TEMBAROMFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
"A man's been known to dislocate his jaw, yawning like that," said Calhoun detachedly.
THE HATE DISEASEWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS
Deliberately, detachedly, I studied the angrily flaming Shape.
"I see they've got the blinds down still," he said detachedly.
THE THOUSANDTH WOMANERNEST W. HORNUNG

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