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They would not let me see you before, saying it was best that you should be quiet and unexcited.
We confess that the Roman poet often used to leave us cold and unexcited too.
All this she said in a calm and perfectly unexcited manner, as if relating the details of a matter of business.
Dowie's heart hastened its beat and she herself being conscious of the fact, hastened to answer in an unexcited manner.
ROBINFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
Our guides came drifting in by and by, wholly unexcited and only dreamily interested in our presence, and the procession moved.
THE SHIP DWELLERSALBERT BIGELOW PAINE
He went on, in his good-natured, unexcited fashion, to inveigh against the obstinacy of any and all mossbacks.
THE RULES OF THE GAMESTEWART EDWARD WHITE
He tied up and walked back, unexcited, not hurrying, with a curious quietness inside.
I left them together,—Davy lazier than I had ever seen him, and she more like brilliant evening than unexcited morning.
Ben looked at his mother, who was still cool and unexcited; and the expression on his face was a new one for her to meet.
IN APPLE-BLOSSOM TIMECLARA LOUISE BURNHAM
The genius of Blassemare was of that electric sort which is not easily unexcited.

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