Blandly [adverb]

Definition of Blandly:

quietly and softly

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Sentence/Example of Blandly:

She was a little too bland and goody-goody for my taste at first — never mind that Hillary Clinton is a fan.

Little wonder then, that Trebek’s own reliability and competence became its own celebrated style — dryness as friendliness, the bland become brand.

Sure, life might be easier if Forrest Frankenstein had a last name like Smith or Jones, but “my life would be too bland and common if it was,” said Frankenstein, who collects images of his namesake.

If the broth seems a bit bland, simmer it for a few more seconds to reduce and concentrate the flavor, and then add the butter and pour it over the mussels.

Conferencing in from their remote locations, tech executives Jack Dorsey, Mark Zuckerberg and Sundar Pichai each choose bland backgrounds for their video backgrounds.

In reality, Google responded by axing its use of snippets, instead delivering users just bland headlines.

They are led by the elderly daughters of the sect’s founder, they view pleasures as a distraction from God, and they eat only bland food.

Then they trailed across the flat toward me, MacRae blandly bringing up the rear.

Aristide disengaged himself, waved his hand airily towards Perigueux, and smiled blandly.

He looked blandly ignorant of any disaster, and shook his head and told us nothing.