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.
She was the skinny girl who'd curl up in the corner of the set and stare disaffectedly at the wall behind the photographer.
But even as the Sikh nodded back-blankly, disaffectedly-Lowboy saw he was wrong.
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.
But everyone soon tired of snarling disaffectedly and shoving safety pins through everyone's cheeks.
But everyone soon tired of snarling disaffectedly and shoving safety pins through everyone’s cheeks.