Composedly [adverb]

Definition of Composedly:

casually, unhurriedly

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Sentence/Example of Composedly:

But Jessie Norwood, her attention drawn to the freckle-faced child who stood there so composedly, motioned Burd to halt.

Patricia Dale was walking composedly toward her father, her slim hands holding up her belts.

Young Wharton very composedly did as he was required, and stood an extremely handsome, well-dressed young man.

"You're a lucky man to have won so true a heart, Mr. Verinder," he said composedly.

But she caught none of their excitement, and composedly pursued her course.

"Guide, philosopher and friend," quotes the doctor, composedly.

The last shock had subsided, but the building was slowly and composedly settling into the ground.

The culprit darted around him a rapid and penetrating glance, and then composedly seated himself on the bench.

We now walked along as composedly as we could, but it was not without difficulty that we found our way into Bloomsbury Square.

"I haven't done a living thing for one of them," said Norm composedly; and Ben Halleck came to his rescue.