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Definition of Coldly

  • In a cold manner; without warmth, animation, or feeling; with indifference; calmly.
  • lacking warmth of feeling; in a cold, unemotional manner

How to use coldly in a sentence. Coldly pronunciation.

But I said coldly, and with what was near to anger, that he should link his name and fate with that of Luke Claridge: "Which of ye two goes first is God's will, and according to His wisdom.
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She replied coldly and loftily that the matter, of course, _was_ done with; that it interested her no more; but that she could not help regretting an instance of secretiveness such as she had never before discovered in her husband.
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To-day I travel through all the obscure villages with profound indifference, and I gaze coldly at their sad and wretched appearance: my eyes linger over no object, nothing grotesque makes me smile: that which formerly made me burst out in a roar of spontaneous laughter, and filled my soul with cheerful animation, now passes before my eyes as though I saw it not, and my mouth, cold and rigid, finds no longer a word to say at the very spectacle which formerly possessed the secret of filling my heart with ecstasy.
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The Empress Josephine had long been jealous of the beautiful Madame Gazani, one of her readers, and treated her coldly; and when she complained to the Emperor, he spoke to Josephine on the subject, and requested her to show more consideration for her reader, who deserved it on account of her attachment to the person of the Empress, and added that she was wrong in supposing that there was between Madame Gazani and himself the least liaison.
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On its completion she invited him to inspect it, but Mr. Lord coldly declined, saying that he knew nothing, and cared nothing, about upholstery.
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As he stood staring in doubt at one of the coldly insolent facades, Jessica gazing in the same direction, Nancy saw that her moment had come.
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He spoke to me very coldly, and I have hardly seen him since.
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She spoke coldly, but with down-dropt eyes.
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Samuel gravely, but coldly, assured her that she need not fear betrayal.
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Nancy raised herself, and said coldly: 'It was what I might have expected.
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Coldly, Nancy invited her to sit down, but the visitor shook her head.
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He was coldly affectionate to Madame de Tecle, but toward Marie, in spite of her beautiful blue eyes, like her mother's, and her curly hair, he preserved a frozen indifference.
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The Marquise, after reading it, returned the letter coldly to the General.
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They received him coldly, then, but calmly.
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When Philip was put in the study he could not help seeing that the others, who had been together for three terms, welcomed him coldly.
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Mary said, quietly and almost coldly.
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They kissed each other coldly and she made no apology for being late.
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Anstruther, as he politely held the door open for the man who had coldly fleeced him.
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Alan Hawke had keenly studied his man, and found that the limit of the artist's drinking capacity seemed to be infinity, and so he leaned back and coldly scrutinized the musician's shabby exterior.
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He was as neutral as the busts of Buffon, Cuvier, Laplace, Humboldt, and Pestalozzi, which coldly furnished forth her sanctum.
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Examples of Coldly

Example #1
For we are the last, Davy, the last of the Claridges.
Example #2
Yet his blue eyes looked kindly at me, and now he began to nod pleasantly.
Example #3
Surely he had put himself in a much sillier position, as things turned out, than if he had followed the dictates of honour.
Example #4
Emmeline, though not sufficiently enlightened to be above small jealousies, would have been ashamed to declare her feeling with the energy of unsophisticated female nature.
Example #5
Every building, everything that showed an individual touch, enchanted my mind, and left a vivid impression. . . .
Example #6
In the sixth chapter of the latter book, Gogol has himself revealed the sad transformation that had taken place in his own mind, and that made his genius express itself in so different a manner:- "Once, long ago, in the years of my youth, in those beautiful years that rolled so swiftly, I was full of joy, charmed when I arrived for the first time in an unknown place; it might be a farm, a poor little district town, a large village, a small settlement: my eager, childish eyes always found there many interesting objects.