collectedly


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col·lect·ed

 (kə-lĕk′tĭd)
adj.
1. Brought or placed together from various sources: the collected poems of W.H. Auden.
2. Self-possessed; composed: The paramedics remained collected during the emergency. See Synonyms at cool.

col·lect′ed·ly adv.
col·lect′ed·ness n.
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Adv.1.collectedly - in a self-collected or self-possessed manner; "he announced the death of his father collectedly"
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collectedly

advruhig, gelassen
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speaking more collectedly,) with the consciousness which I have of misconduct, very great misconduct, it is particularly consoling to me to know that those of my friends, whose good opinion is most worth preserving, are not disgusted to such a degree as toI have not time for half that I could wish to say.
There was a stage, that evening, when she spoke collectedly of what had happened, though with a certain terrible vivacity.
She had a letter from him herself, a few hurried happy lines, written as the ship came up Channel, and sent into Portsmouth with the first boat that left the Antwerp at anchor in Spithead; and when Crawford walked up with the newspaper in his hand, which he had hoped would bring the first tidings, he found her trembling with joy over this letter, and listening with a glowing, grateful countenance to the kind invitation which her uncle was most collectedly dictating in reply.