uninterestedly love


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  • adv. In an uninterested way.


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uninterested +‎ -ly


  • "I never got any away from you," Martin answered uninterestedly.

    Chapter 5

  • Haythorne, finishing his mug of coffee, grunted uninterestedly and lighted his pipe.


  • Lord Petrac watched almost uninterestedly, but Troia stared as if the lionbird had turned into the Tzee.


  • The reddish-brown mutt was prone to long naps and hobbled about between sleeps, chomping uninterestedly on bones Louis fetched from the butcher.

    The Mercury Visions of Louis Daguerre

  • Silas looked uninterestedly at the invitation Joe had handed to him, and then frowned when he saw the name of the bridegroom-to-be.

    The Christmas Bride

  • ‘Oh, cut the act, Hebe,’ he told her uninterestedly.

    Pregnant by the Millionaire

  • She began looking uninterestedly at the sneakers—when something much more important caught her eye.

    To Catch a Prince

  • Biting back his irritation, because it was almost time to go in to the main dining room for dinner, he sipped uninterestedly at his glass of chilled white wine andendeavoured to focus his attention on the conversation that continued around him.

    Mistress On Demand

  • It has a large low-vaulted interior, with the carts and wagons of the muleteers at the right of the entrance, and beyond these the stalls of the mules where they stood chewing their provender, and glancing uninterestedly round at the intruders, for plainly we were not of the guests who frequent the place.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

  • 'I did tell you I had been here before,' he bit out, staring uninterestedly out of the window at his side.

    The Secret Virgin


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