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- adv. quietly; not in a manner inclined to speaking.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a taciturn manner; with little speech.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. without speaking
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Then How-ha's eyes went blear as she traversed the simple windings of her own brain, inspecting the bare shelves taciturnly stored with the impressions of a meagre life.
His convictions upon all subjects were taciturnly inflexible.
Mrs. Cliffe retired quite taciturnly, nothing in her face responding to this rallying, and he bent quickly over Marion.
"Oh – I guess he 'll be more agreeable to have around than Peter," she admitted taciturnly; which was as close to her real opinion of the man as a mere mother might hope to come.
"You will if we meet," she said taciturnly; but she gave him her hand for a moment.
"Oh -- I guess he'll be more agreeable to have around than Peter," she admitted taciturnly; which was as close to her real opinion of the man as a mere mother might hope to come.
Afterward, the men trooped taciturnly out again, and resumed their pipes.
The steersman regarded me narrowly, his eyes squinting, and then said taciturnly, "Schooner El Dorado."
Sunday, but he received her distantly, taciturnly, even sullenly.
Slowly, and very taciturnly on the visiter's part, the various objects and places of interest were gone over; Dr. Arthur explaining and enlarging upon everything that seemed needful, but left very much in ignorance all the while as to the impression made upon his companion.
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