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Gun smoke lay in placidly moving layers of gray before the light beams.
"I wonder where we shall all be six years from now," said Constance, placidly eating her ice.
But her flow of small talk, the conversational stop-gap of the woman accustomed to social amenities, went on placidly.
THE HIDDEN PLACESBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
The hired man went howling through the woods, and she returned to the house, smiling placidly.
Then she glanced up, and caught sight of where I lay, placidly reposing on the mantel-piece with my eyes turned up to the ceiling.
Dairyman Crick's household of maids and men lived on comfortably, placidly, even merrily.
Five miles out in the foothills they came upon the horses wandering placidly back to the valley, but Folsom kept on.
WARRIOR GAPCHARLES KING
Power was smoking placidly, and the gloomy prophecy of his friend did not appear to disturb him.
In the instance of a child, that ansthetic was administered while it lay placidly in its mothers arms.
He looked back once, and saw the shepherd placidly driving his flock before him.
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