matter-of-factly

[ mat-er-uh v-fakt ]SEE DEFINITION OF matter-of-factly

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It was Nana who matter-of-factly came to ask for a bed; and in what a state.

"Rosemary told Mr. Jordan last night," she said matter-of-factly.

"Had an accident," Hetty said matter-of-factly, putting the last dishes on the table.

“Execute him, I suppose,” the harsh voice said matter-of-factly.

He said clearly and matter-of-factly, "I want that one, Helen."

Talking to him matter-of-factly, but grimly: "I promise you that we'll take care of Stutsman!"

"Sure there are lions and tigers," Charlie said matter-of-factly.

"We didn't have time to bury your companions," Crag said matter-of-factly.

“Well, it all depends on what kind of a bandit he was,” Dora said matter-of-factly.

But presently, being savages, they accepted it matter-of-factly.

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