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The man stopped and looked stupidly at the heap, and the shaft of a cab struck his shoulder and sent him reeling.
For moments or for minutes I wondered stupidly, dazed as I was.
The soldiers looked stupidly at each other and at me, and shook their heads and took me into custody.
It came on through the gate, then, catching sight of the vast concourse of people, stopped stupidly, turned round, and bellowed.
Who stupidly sealed that heavy anachronism of stone in the Carlovingian pavement of Hercandus?
He stood still stupidly while the boys ran round him, mimicking and laughing; they shouted to him to try and catch them; but he did not move.
Casaubon seemed to be stupidly undiscerning and odiously unjust.
At the same time, if that awful night hadn't changed everything, I should have behaved just like any other stupidly and properly brought-up young woman--waited and hoped and made an idiot of myself whenever you were around, and in the end, I suppose, been disappointed.
He stood, gazing stupidly across at White Fang, the raw, red shin-bone between them.
I stupidly forgot that you would be able to give me the right address in Switzerland.
In the street infants played or fought with other infants or sat stupidly in the way of vehicles.
The hero of this tale stared stupidly at the pastoral picture as if he had never seen such a thing in all his life; then he put his hand to his head, passed it through his hair and, withdrawing it, attentively considered the palm--a singular thing to do.