other words for matter-of-course
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This was long ago, you know, when travelling and correspondence were not the easy, matter-of-course things they are now.
She slipped a dirk into him in as matter-of-course a way as another person would have harpooned a rat!
Everything was done in a modest and matter-of-course way beautiful to behold.
That is at the root of the matter-of-course saying that a law cannot be enforced unless public opinion sustains it.
And when I asked her what she had been doing to herself, she answered in a matter-of-course tone, "Oh, only helping Elizabeth!"
The introduction promptly followed, and Josie's glib, matter-of-course explanation soon succeeded that.
She was disturbed at learning from one of Mr. Patterson's brief, matter-of-course letters that Anne had been sent to an orphanage.
Everything seems a matter-of-course, and he concludes that science is complete, with nothing left for him to discover.
Just in that maddening, matter-of-course way, as if everybody knew all about her.
She received his approaches as a matter-of-course, without diffidence, without a blush.