neutrally

[ noo-truhl, nyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF neutrally
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NEUTRALLY

"Miss Teller has gone to Multomah, I believe," she remarked, neutrally.

"It ought to be refreshing," struck in Courtlandt, neutrally.

John looked sapient, and said, neutrally, that some poetry wasn't bad.

He gives the general view of things, clearly, neutrally, with no vulgar emphasis of black and white.

If her Words died away, as Snow melts, neutrally, 'tis no great Recommendation of them.

But honesty only asked her neutrally, "Is it really growth and freedom, and generous expansion of the soul?"

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., "one who remains neutral," from Latin neutralis "of neuter gender," (see neutral (adj.)). Meaning "disengaged position in gear mechanisms" is from 1912.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR NEUTRALLY

objectively

adverbimpartially
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