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- adv. In an equable manner
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- adv. In an equable manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an equable manner.
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- adv. in an equable manner
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"I am right then," equably; "we might easily do it in a little over an hour."
"Which is what your honoured mother told Mrs. Chang Lucy, which is what Mrs. Chang Lucy told me," Li Faa completed equably.
Throughout the interview, Taylor meanders equably from one topic to another, in a leisurely conversational style that's missing only the creak of a rocking chair.
At this point the issue is so inflamed with disproportionate sensitivities that Live Oak will have to wait on the next racial grievance cycle for the opportunity to give equably accommodated free speech a shot.
ID books, DVDs, etc. will sell better in a culture war with two deeply divided camps than in an honest and open debate, when the sides meet equably.
"I wouldn't think of it," the centaur said equably.
"And now, if you'll come with me, please," Zoran said equably to Smith.
"Olivier is here," agreed Philip equably, and added with finality: "And stays here."
"God forbid anyone should condemn a man for keeping faith," agreed Cadfael equably.
"She is not Spanish, but English," Hal returned equably.