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Parvis emitted the statement as unemotionally as a gramophone grinding out its "record."
Everybody goes out quite unemotionally and with very few good-byes—we made far more fuss in the old days about a week-end visit.
CARRY ONCONINGSBY DAWSON
"Yes, he can't fight," replied Penny unemotionally, as he helped carry the burden to the bed.
LEFT TACKLE THAYERRALPH HENRY BARBOUR
Unemotionally, he watched a thin line of red trickle in a sluggish drop or two down the blue skin of his leg.
THE TIME TRADERSANDRE NORTON
Mansfeldt, who was an intensely reserved and silent man, looked up unemotionally.
THE GAMBLERKATHERINE CECIL THURSTON
And Sergeant Walpole alone was visible, and he sat motionless and detached, unemotionally waiting to be killed.
MORALEMURRAY LEINSTER
He spoke them, ordinarily and unemotionally, as though throwing out a casual suggestion.
Big yellow eyes blinked unemotionally at the glare of the torch, and I cut down its brilliance with a twist of the polarizer lens.
ZENJEROME BIXBY
Quite unemotionally he spoke, then turned again to his book, his test-tube and retort, in the most matter-of-fact way imaginable.
Oh yes, quite ordinarily and unemotionally I should like to shake hands with him and perhaps talk for a little while.
SYLVIA & MICHAELCOMPTON MACKENZIE

WORDS RELATED TO UNEMOTIONALLY

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