unemphatically


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unemphatically

(ˌʌnɪmˈfætɪkəlɪ; -klɪ)
adv
in an unemphatic manner
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Yes, he said unemphatically I felt scared for both of us.
(Spencer 2003) Similarly, Michael Billington, in his Guardian review, writes, "Unemphatically staged by Nicolas Kent and containing particularly good performances from Roland Oliver as Mackinlay, David Michaels as Alastair Campbell and William Hoyland as Dr.
He unemphatically locates the anecdote on one of many evenings "during the Peninsular War ...