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The result of all this subdued emotion is a movie that can be called stoic in the best sense of the word.
It may have been a somewhat subdued, socially-distanced affair in Washington yesterday—LOWEST.
The sensational coverage in China’s more nationalistic outlets and on social media contrasted with the more straightforward, subdued tone of other state media sources.
Against a subdued backdrop in stocks this week, the frenzy in cryptocurrencies shows no signs of slowing down.
It will be a more subdued holiday for a lot of us when, let’s be honest, we may be just too drained to want to cook — or clean — all day.
Tavia Bruxellas, a senior at Liberty studying international relations, said politics were more subdued on campus this fall.
The intricate perforations of the lamp were inset with colored glass, and the result was a subdued and warm illumination.
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Search with a one-twelfth-inch objective, using very subdued light.
Kazmah slightly raised his hand in greeting: the big ring glittered in the subdued light.
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Even their military music was of a peculiarly soft and subdued character.

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