neutrally

All Adverb
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  • At the breakfast table the next morning his father looked at him neutrally. Cited from Hillsboro People, by Dorothy Canfield
  • "How has the world used you since we met last?" she tried to say neutrally. Cited from The PG Works Of Gilbert Parker, Complete
  • We should go into the scriptures neutrally, not believing anything, take nothing on faith.
  • However, it is not always clear how one would neutrally describe the gist of what a new law would do.
  • This would only be the case when the distance between activities is smaller than the distance that a neutrally evolving population can cover.
  • Other observers say the word can also be used neutrally or positively.
  • He gives the general view of things, clearly, neutrally, with no vulgar emphasis of black and white. Cited from An Introduction to the Study of Browning, by Arthur Symons
  • The album was mostly received neutrally among critics, but was warmly accepted by underground fans.
  • Thoughts may be labeled neutrally as "thinking" before attention is returned to the out breath.
  • A neutral density surface is the surface along which a given water mass will move, remaining neutrally buoyant.
  • John looked sapient, and said, neutrally, that some poetry wasn't bad. Cited from Mount Music, by E. Oe. Somerville and Martin Ross
  • This time the pattern would appear integrated within the neutrally coloured home space, occasionally in shades of red.
  • Because neutrally charged objects do not naturally clump around each other, the virus must find a way to move even near a host cell.
  • As neutrally stated, the decision becomes an informed choice.
  • This created the impression that the opposition was not really interested in neutrally establishing the truth, either, but rather playing a power game of its own.
  • She turned her head now, and glanced neutrally at the incontestable revolver for a second. Cited from The Price of Love, by Arnold Bennett
  • However, the more participants there are the more time and money is needed to set up good quality discussions with clear neutrally presented briefings.
  • Both these terms neutrally describe the manner of breathing rather than the impact that breathing has on carbon dioxide levels.
  • Some websites also include a dislike button, so the user can either vote in favour, against or neutrally.
  • According to the Youth Information Charter, the information will always be provided anonymously, neutrally and free of charge.
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