dispiritedly

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"And it's little worth his while to make the journey to see me," said he, dispiritedly.

The rest hung about dispiritedly, and waited for what might transpire.

There was a cheery ring to Zenie's voice that had been wont to drag so dispiritedly.

"The tellecarbon must have developed a mind of its own," he said dispiritedly.

No more than a dozen men were in there talking earnestly but dispiritedly.

"He doesn't care whether he gets well or not," she said dispiritedly.

She said dispiritedly that it was 54, remembering vaguely that it was somewhere in the fifties.

"I don't care for any such excitement," said Gibbon, dispiritedly.

But now he could see them only dispiritedly as hollow shapes; misty things without hope or substance.

Dispiritedly, Raymond sat down and resigned himself to what he believed was the inevitable.

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