Placidly [adverb]

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The agent heard him placidly, as one who listens to a curious tale.

He was a man of quick temper, and perhaps he would not have taken it so placidly as I did.

"I—I don't think you'll tell me that," said Plowden, placidly.

"He always was a strong healthy boy," said the old woman, placidly.

She was of the kind who fought out trouble silently, but not placidly.

“We could eat,” Twaddles said placidly, which made Jud laugh.

"I am not going to let them bother me," announced Marjorie placidly.

Perhaps,” he said placidly, “she has gone to the little shop over the way.

"This excitement will not advance matters," said Foyle placidly.

"Believe me, my dear, they will do nothing," she said placidly in Mary's ear.