outwardly very

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  • Her black months had changed her -- not outwardly very much, but leaving wounds in her heart. Cited from Joanna Godden, by Sheila Kaye-Smith
  • Outwardly very little, yet one long-expected, though when it happened, surprising, thing had occurred. Cited from What Timmy Did, by Marie Adelaide Belloc Lowndes
  • But his sympathy, if he felt any, was outwardly very chill and formal. Cited from Temporal Power, by Marie Corelli
  • Essentially alike, they seem to have been outwardly very different. Cited from The Personal Life Of David Livingstone, by William Garden Blaikie
  • Mark was outwardly very calm, but he was changed. Cited from Great Possessions, by Mrs. Wilfrid Ward
  • In most cases they were outwardly very repulsive. Cited from The Personal Life Of David Livingstone, by William Garden Blaikie
  • She was outwardly very calm, and seemed at first glance to be lost in some serene philosophical meditation. Cited from The Fiend's Delight, Dod Grile
  • I was outwardly very sympathetic as she recited these melancholy details. Cited from The Doctor's Daughter, by "Vera"
  • There was nothing outwardly very remarkable in the manner of Mrs Cherfeuil on the eve of my departure. Cited from Rattlin the Reefer, by Edward Howard
  • Maud Barrington braced herself for an effort, though she was outwardly very calm. Cited from Winston of the Prairie, by Harold Bindloss
  • So she tried to meet her husband as if nothing had happened, in which she succeeded outwardly very well indeed, since Fyfe himself chose to ignore any change in their mutual attitude. Cited from Big Timber, by Bertrand W. Sinclair
  • He left behind him a son, who is at present a notary, and outwardly very devout, but a greater hypocrite and picaroon does not exist. Cited from The Bible in Spain, by George Borrow
  • The Seminary is outwardly very humble, and would contrast very unfavorably with the stately edifices of similar institutions at home. Cited from Woman And Her Savior In Persia, by Unknown
  • Dove, who privately considered it epochmaking, was outwardly very modest. Cited from Maurice Guest, Henry Handel Richardson
  • Never free from a certain apprehension when any unexpected interruption occurred -- an apprehension that turned his heart sick, and set his pulses beating -- he waited, outwardly very calm. Cited from Elster's Folly, by Mrs. Henry Wood
  • The big nickeled lamp flickered in the draughts that found their way in, and Winston was glad of it, though he was outwardly very collected. Cited from Winston of the Prairie, by Harold Bindloss
  • They were making a tour of the place -- Jim outwardly very cheerful and unconcerned; Norah plunged in woe. Cited from A Little Bush Maid, by Mary Grant Bruce
  • Thus in a few years the entire population of the Georgian and Society Islands had renounced idolatry, and were in general outwardly very strict in their religious observances. Cited from The Cruise of the Mary Rose, by William H. G. Kingston
  • Confident that this broadside had at least stunned Isagani, the old lawyer fell back in his armchair, outwardly very serious, but laughing to himself. Cited from The Reign of Greed, by Jose Rizal
  • A clever bee will always be able to extract honey enough to reward him from any flower, and so I did not hesitate tackling this outwardly very unpromising subject. Cited from The Purple Land, by W. H. Hudson
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