uncommunicatively love



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  • adv. In an uncommunicative manner.


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uncommunicative +‎ -ly


  • "I suppose so," muttered Marion uncommunicatively.

    The Judge

  • Forbes, still uncommunicatively protesting that he would say nothing until he had an opportunity to consult a lawyer, had been taken down to New York by Dillon during the morning and was lodged in a West Side prison under a technical charge which was sufficient to hold him until Garrick could investigate his case and fix his real status.

    Guy Garrick

  • Neither of us said anything, and Brixton was uncommunicatively engaged in reading a railroad report.

    The Dream Doctor

  • That is to say, Lady Tressilvain did the discussing; Malcourt, bland, amiable, remained uncommunicatively polite, parrying everything so innocently that his sister, deceived, became plainer in her questions concerning the fortune he was supposed to have married, and more persistent in her suggestions of a winter in New York -- a delightful and prolonged family reunion, in which the Tressilvains were to figure as distinguished guests and virtual pensioners of everybody connected with his wife's family.

    The Firing Line


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