wordlessly

[ UK /wˈɜːdləsli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. without speaking
    he sat mutely next to her
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How To Use wordlessly In A Sentence

  • Wordlessly, she took a seat around the bonfire she had lit earlier.
  • He watched her, wordlessly, using a carefully organized gait to hide the limp.
  • Rae snarled wordlessly and kick-started the bike, the engine noise drowning out her rantings.
  • He nodded wordlessly and then thirstily drank the water she offered.
  • They sat wordlessly, each consumed in their own thoughts, punctuated by the sharp ting of the rain.
  • Wordlessly, he replaced the phone back to its original cradle and idly picked up his jacket and suitcase.
  • Wordlessly, he rides through the wilderness, until he hears the yaps of coyotes in the distance, which to anyone who has watched a lot of Westerns means one thing, Indians.
  • She begged for food and alms, reaching wordlessly through the open windows of the buses parked at the bus stand.
  • About fifteen minutes after the _planton_ had locked everyone in, The Zulu driftingly arrived before us; whereupon we attempted to give him his purchases -- but he winked and told us wordlessly that we should (if we would be so kind) keep them for him, immediately following this suggestion by a request that we open the marmalade or jam or whatever it might be called -- preserve is perhaps the best word. The Enormous Room
  • Wordlessly, she stands up and, doesn't drop, but jumps off going further than she should.
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