Gravely [adverb]

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At this the animals stared mournfully at him for a moment, and then rose up and walked gravely away.

Walking thrice round it, he at each time gravely repeated: "If she dies she dies, but if she lives she lives."

Mafuta nodded his head as he spoke, and, gravely shouldering his load, marched away.

She sat back and looked at him very gravely, as if his remark had made a strong impression upon her.

It may also be gravely doubted whether Comyn would ever have entered into any bond with Bruce.

"I mean that most men hold so strongly to life, and can give up so little for their beliefs," he said gravely.

When the number was ended, Burd Alling removed his head-harness and gravely shook hands with Jessie.

"Happier—and safer," she said gravely, the canoe giving a dangerous lurch as she leaned forward in her seat to catch my answer.

As soon as they were seated in the carriage, she said very gravely, I wrote you a letter last night, but I burned it this morning.

I am afraid your father wouldnt welcome me as a customer, said Jess, gravely.