from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an undisturbed or tranquil manner; calmly; peacefully.


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  • Halve, or quarter, this estimate if you will, in order to be certain of erring upon the right side, and still there remains a prodigious period during which the ancestors of existing coral polypes have been undisturbedly at work; and during which, therefore, the climatal conditions over the coral area must have been much what they are now.

    Autobiography and Selected Essays

  • And the king, having won, smilingly said unto Pushkara, 'This whole kingdom without a thorn in its side is now undisturbedly mine.

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 1 Books 1, 2 and 3

  • Less than forty years had sufficed to effect a gradual change of human opinion, and protection seemed about to be sent to that limbo in which witchcraft, alchemy, and judicial astrology have been so long undisturbedly reposing.

    The Continental Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 4, April, 1862 Devoted To Literature And National Policy

  • He has transplanted himself untheatrically to the scenes of battlefields and set himself undisturbedly to the task of dying.

    Out To Win The Story of America in France

  • A thousand times during the night we were certain he was on the very point of choking to death, and sat up in bed praying he wouldn't, and offering our month's salary to charity if he would; and through all our fatiguing anguish he snorted undisturbedly on.

    Zone Policeman 88; a close range study of the Panama canal and its workers

  • Bellini, with his boyish, small face and round head set close to his shoulders, remained undisturbedly exact.

    The Last Shot

  • But Mr. Palford continued to read his newspapers undisturbedly, as though the condition of atmosphere surrounding him were entirely accustomed and natural.

    T. Tembarom

  • The very large pew, under the stone floor of which his ancestors had slept undisturbedly for centuries, interested him greatly.

    T. Tembarom

  • The first houses of the order were built outside the city walls in some quiet spot where the friars, when not engaged in active ministry for others, could live undisturbedly in the cultivation of the spirit.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux

  • And the oaf stood before him undisturbedly opening up the subject himself.

    T. Tembarom


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