undisturbedly

undisturbedly

(ˌʌndɪˈstɜːbɪdlɪ)
adv
in an undisturbed manner
References in classic literature ?
Abel in connection with Lydgate's certificate, that the death was due to delirium tremens; and the medical gentlemen, who all stood undisturbedly on the old paths in relation to this disease, declared that they could see nothing in these particulars which could be transformed into a positive ground of suspicion.
After all, the poeta cesareo was a theatre-poet to a considerable degree: the most upmarket of theatre-poets perhaps, but still not expecting to live undisturbedly in a Rococo ivory tower of pure meditation, inspiration and invention.