from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an unmoved manner; without being moved.


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  • When they are not strengthened with the civil power, then they can bear most patiently and unmovedly the contagion of idolatry, superstition, and heresy in their neighbourhood; of which on other occasions the interest of religion makes them to be extremely apprehensive.

    A Letter Concerning Toleration

  • To name each ugly, noisome passion or trait resident in that dome is to call the complete roster of the vile; and calmly, mercilessly, unmovedly, ultra-efficiently, Nadreck manipulated them all.

    Children of the Lens

  • "A quarter pound o 'butter," Dinah unmovedly said.

    A Sheaf of Corn

  • "I did not," Peter said, unmovedly smoking and watching the fire.


  • At last with an effort he rose, crossed the uneven floor, and looked in unmovedly on what was his own poor face come back to him: changed indeed almost beyond belief from the sleek self-satisfied genial yet languid

    The Return

  • And he himself, the self that never sleeps beneath the tides and waves of consciousness, was listening, too, almost as unmovedly and unheedingly to the thoughts that clashed in conflict through his brain.

    The Return

  • Even Mrs. Mellish, when graciously approached by the "relative of Miss Temple Barholm, whose perfect wardrobe you supplied," had listened to all seductions with a civil eye fixed unmovedly and had referred to the "rules of the establishment."

    T. Tembarom

  • "Shall I take your hat and cane, sir?" inquired Burrill, unmovedly, at Hutchinson's side.

    T. Tembarom

  • "A family is always too many to descend upon a young woman when she is married," observed her ladyship unmovedly.

    The Shuttle

  • Paying no heed to either of his hosts, Brice walked across to the unmovedly smiling Hade, and placed one hand on the latter's shoulder.

    Black Caesar's Clan : a Florida Mystery Story


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