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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a disaffected manner.

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  • Meaning, I rolled my eyes all disaffectedly and took a breath.

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  • She was the skinny girl who'd curl up in the corner of the set and stare disaffectedly at the wall behind the photographer.

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  • But even as the Sikh nodded back-blankly, disaffectedly-Lowboy saw he was wrong.

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  • And Antonioni's got a signature style that's accessible to them, and seems imitable: shoot some architecture and negative space, have characters disaffectedly utter banalities, and you think you've got it.

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  • But everyone soon tired of snarling disaffectedly and shoving safety pins through everyone's cheeks.

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  • But everyone soon tired of snarling disaffectedly and shoving safety pins through everyone’s cheeks.

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