her mutely

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  • With his eyes he asked her mutely why. Cited from The PG Works Of Gilbert Parker, Complete
  • He drew her by both hands to the nearest window, and looked at her mutely, searchingly. Cited from A Daughter of To-Day, by Sara Jeannette Duncan (AKA Mrs. Everard Cotes)
  • It beseeched her mutely to tell him whether what she had read upon his confused sheet had any meaning or truth to her. Cited from Night and Day, by Virginia Woolf
  • Slowly Professor Young dropped her arm, gazing at her mutely. Cited from Tess of the Storm Country, by Grace Miller White
  • Charles Turold watched her mutely, with the understanding that nothing he could say would bring comfort to her stricken soul. Cited from The Moon Rock, by Arthur J. Rees
  • He thanked her mutely, but it was with a certain expectancy that he awaited her next words. Cited from The Sins of Severac Bablon, by Sax Rohmer
  • Foma bowed to her mutely, not hearing her answer to Mayakin, nor what his father was saying to him. Cited from The Man Who Was Afraid, by Maxim Gorky
  • He held the door open for her mutely, with the keenest pang his pleasant life had ever brought him, and she passed out and down the dingy stairs. Cited from A Daughter of To-Day, by Sara Jeannette Duncan (AKA Mrs. Everard Cotes)
  • The child of heaven looked at her mutely, with sweet, grave eyes, in which there was much that confused her who was a stranger here, and once more softly shook her head. Cited from A Little Pilgrim, by Margaret O. (Wilson) Oliphant
  • The child of heaven looked at her mutely, with sweet grave eyes, in which there was much that confused her who was a stranger here; and once more softly shook her head. Cited from A Little Pilgrim , by Mrs. Oliphant
  • The musician saw her, ended the throbbing melody with a crash of discord, and gazed at her mutely. Cited from The Outdoor Girls in the Saddle, by Laura Lee Hope
  • I could only look at her mutely, and there must have been an effective appeal in my eyes, for she got up, nodding an acquiescence, and stood silent and tense a yard from Alresca's feet. Cited from The Ghost, by Arnold Bennett
  • Mrs. Chirk meekly brought a straw sun-bonnet, and Hilda tied its strings under Pink's chin, every fibre within her mutely protesting against its extreme ugliness. Cited from Queen Hildegarde, by Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards
  • Deep in this truth I root my trust; And know the dear One's praise, Her mutely gracious ways, When all her loveliness is dust And mosses rase her name, Will bless our world the same. Cited from My Beautiful Lady. Nelly Dale, by Thomas Woolner