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- adv. In a stolid manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a stolid manner: as, to gaze stolidly at one.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a stolid manner
He walked in stolidly and smashed a clublike right to my face.
Well, then, "stolidly," perhaps that is the word I meant to use.
Indian and half breed women gazed stolidly at the strange vehicle, while the children and barking dogs clamorously advertised its progress.
He occasionally feinted, shook his head when the weight of a punch landed, and moved stolidly about, never leaping or springing or wasting an ounce of strength.
At fist the cowboy Uncle John had loaned me with the horses protested, then he followed stolidly in the rear, shaking his head, and, I know, muttering over and over that I was pupule.
Mr. Pike's harsh face carried the faintest shadow of an amused grin as he stolidly regarded the tablecloth.
He bore it all stolidly, but he listened to his stomach.
The film meets her in hopeful anticipation of two events: one, her wedding to her stolidly heroic fiance Stuart; two, the lung transplant that will extend her life beyond the six months that her worsening cystic fibrosis will permit her.
A while ago, I was scanning through recent entries on a stolidly prescriptivist grammar blog.
Both brothers have stolidly refused to comment ever since their arrests on February 11.
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