outwardly so

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  • What fortitude was it, I wondered, that kept the old man outwardly so calm? Cited from Shame of Motley, by Raphael Sabatini
  • What is it which makes the charm of this existence outwardly so barren and empty? Cited from Amiel's Journal, by Henri Frederic Amiel, Tr. Ward
  • It befitted the day, a day outwardly so quiescent, yet in which so much was going on. Cited from The Cavalier, by George Washington Cable
  • "You have met him, Aunt?" said she in a calm voice, unable herself to understand that she could be outwardly so calm and natural. Cited from War and Peace, by by Leo Tolstoy/Tolstoi
  • At present, for all he was outwardly so pale and still, he was deafened and blinded by rage. Cited from The Fur Bringers, by Hulbert Footner
  • How much was right in all this that was outwardly so beguiling, and where did the "serving Mammon" begin? Cited from A Summer in Leslie Goldthwaite's Life, by Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney
  • Though not outwardly so demonstrative, Aunt Rachel also seemed to enjoy the expedition. Cited from Jack's Ward, by Horatio Alger, Jr.
  • Then the characteristics of his genius are outwardly so evident, that, in merely a glance, we fancy we comprehend them. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 6, No. 37, November, 1860, by Various
  • Just so, it seemed to her, from Martin, outwardly so calm as he read his paper, the harsh, determined thoughts beat thick and fast. Cited from Dust, by Mr. And Mrs. Haldeman-Julius
  • He was outwardly so cheerful that it seemed ridiculous for the rest of us to step softly and speak with hushed voices. Cited from Man With Two Left Feet, by P. G. Wodehouse
  • If the theory be true that character is shown in dress, these men, outwardly so spotless, must be worthy of the confidence with which they had inspired their new acquaintance. Cited from A Knight Of The Nineteenth Century, E. P. Roe
  • The two whom they contemplated, outwardly so unlike, were in their essence so of a kind that they belonged each to each as simply and patently as the first human pair. Cited from Gideon's Band, by George W. Cable
  • It seems to me most admirable that Hamlet, being so great, is yet outwardly so like other people: the Poet never obtrudes his greatness. Cited from The Tragedie of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, by George MacDonald
  • In the end, however, nothing appears outwardly so unlike the actual plant as the little seed which, at the expense of all appearance, has the power to renew the whole cycle. Cited from Man or Matter, by Ernst Lehrs
  • Possibly some faint perception of his own incapacity, of the feeble grasp he had upon the State, that seemed outwardly so completely his, occasionally crossed his mind. Cited from After London, by Richard Jefferies
  • Ethel was glad to sit by the fire at bed-time, and think over the day, outwardly so gay, inwardly so fretting and perplexing. Cited from The Daisy Chain, or Aspirations by Charlotte Yonge
  • One may trace in the letters of Chateaubriand the restless undercurrents of this life that was outwardly so serene. Cited from The Women of the French Salons, Amelia Gere Mason
  • And in Maria -- it came to him -- in Maria, outwardly so calm, something also -- spun -- rushed -- rose! Cited from The Extra Day, by Algernon Blackwood
  • He still had sufficient strength left to walk about a thousand paces; and, indeed, the wound was outwardly so insignificant, that it was at first believed to be a mere scratch. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 7, No. 39, January, 1861, by Various
  • So brave and outwardly so calm until now, the moment of actual separation - and added thereunto perhaps her mother's going and the loneliness that for herself she foresaw - proved more than she could endure. Cited from Bardelys the Magnificent, by Rafael Sabatini
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