matter-of-course

[ mat-er-uh v-kawrs, -kohrs ]SEE DEFINITION OF matter-of-course

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MATTER-OF-COURSE

Perhaps something in his matter-of-course way displeased her.

She received his approaches as a matter-of-course, without diffidence, without a blush.

Eleanor accepted him as a matter-of-course; that was Eleanors way.

His voice was matter-of-course, but his look said she was magnificent.

When they do speak of them, it is almost always in a "matter-of-course" way.

"To ride, 'bout four o'clock," was the matter-of-course reply.

They tell them in such a matter-of-course fashion, too, that they simply sink in.

It seemed natural and matter-of-course for her to read my thoughts.

Even speak his decision for him, as though it were a matter-of-course.

At evening he went home with Mr. Hobart in the most matter-of-course way.

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