undramatically love

Definitions

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  • adv. In an undramatic way.

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  • adv. in an undramatic manner

Etymologies

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undramatic +‎ -ally

Examples

  •             “Oh?” she said undramatically, seeing him suddenly as Alice James, drained of his athleticism.

    Hymen

  • The consumer pushes her shopping cart up and down the aisles alongside a large variety of goods undramatically displayed on utilitarian shelves and racks, collects the merchandise, and exits via a checkout counter.

    Makeshift Metropolis

  • Recessions, unlike wars, end slowly and undramatically.

    Betting On A Recovery

  • Next day Paul was sentenced to three years in the State Penitentiary and taken off — quite undramatically, not handcuffed, merely plodding in a tired way beside a cheerful deputy sheriff — and after saying good-by to him at the station

    Babbit

  • It was raining and the ashes clumped together undramatically; what was left of Mrs. Drown pooled on the leaves of the pachysandra or ran in mucky trickles under the fence into the neighbor's yard.

    The Shell Collector : Stories

  • I said undramatically that I'd been in a fight and come off worst.

    Shattered

  • So do we pass the ghosts that haunt us later in our lives; they sit undramatically by the roadside like poor beggars, and we see them only from the comers of our eyes, if we see them at all.

    Wizard and Glass

  • "Murder," Jack said as undramatically as he could manage.

    Clear and Present Danger

  • ONE Silently, undramatically, without any forewarning, as in any abrupt and unexpected power cut in a city, the lights aboard the San Andreas died in the hour before the dawn.

    San Andreas

  • As he undramatically related the day's events, the revelation of Philippe's wartime activities shook her only slightly less than the sabotaging of the car.

    Salvage for the Saint

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