gravely

[ greyv-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF gravely

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRAVELY

"Stranger, thou hast not yet learned the fashions of Athens," said Anaxagoras, gravely.

"I suspect that I have been deceived," said Mr. Morgan, gravely.

He touched her hand with his lips and said gravely: "I will not fail your trust."

"I don't have to ask if you have been in prison," she said gravely.

"Nay, there you are wide of the clout," the bowman said gravely.

"It is very disagreeable when one's income becomes a burden," said Christine gravely.

"There are spirits in all things," said the Onondaga gravely.

"This is pretty serious business, Linda," said Peter gravely.

The Indians gravely shook their heads when I tried to persuade them to take me.

"That God knows alone," answered Peter gravely as he sheathed his sword.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GRAVELY

seriously

adverbdangerously, critically
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