Curtly [adverb]

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Sentence/Example of Curtly:

"Take those men to the guardhouse," he ordered curtly, pointing an accusing finger at Hicks and Bevans.

"No, he isn't," Mazaroff said curtly as he came into the front room and closed the door behind him.

Lechmere explained curtly that he would see to Maxgregor's safety, after which he would follow to the queen's hotel.

Both men curtly acknowledged Barrington's greeting, hardly conscious of the curtness maybe.

"All men don't pay such attentions to their wives," says Caroline, curtly.

Carlisle they curtly speak of as "more like a great wilde country church" than a fair and stately cathedral.

"This is Castle Wildenstein," the boy's companion curtly answered, throwing a searching glance at the young Baron.

"No," he replied curtly, but his voice did not sound as severe as before, a fact which Mzli noticed immediately.

"She, surely does," said Aunt Maria curtly, ill pleased by the woman's words.

"Because he asked me not to tell for a while," he said curtly.