mechanically

[ muh-kan-i-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF mechanically

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Mechanically, you raise your hand to lift away your optimistic spectacles.

Then, mechanically, his hand went to the lamp on the table back of the couch.

Before she had repeated them mechanically, for not until now did she need them.

Mechanically she took from the wardrobe a hooded cloak, put it about her, and left the room.

They halted, mechanically and abruptly; every eye was turned to the beloved scene.

Mechanically he followed her; she still leading him by the hand, like a child.

Mechanically, Molly kissed her brother, continuing to work thoughtfully.

Then he entered the room, and mechanically closed the door behind him.

Vaguely and mechanically he wandered upstairs to his own particular den.

As he quoted the preacher he mechanically drew his revolver.

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