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I watched a silver swan, which had a living grace about his movements and a living intelligence in his eyes--watched him swimming about as comfortably and as unconcernedly as if he had been born in a morass instead of a jeweler's shop--watched him seize a silver fish from under the water and hold up his head and go through all the customary and elaborate motions of swallowing it--but the moment it disappeared down his throat some tattooed South Sea Islanders approached and I yielded to their attractions.
It is well, O king," I answered unconcernedly, and then, accompanied by Infadoos, we rose and went back to our kraal.
He walked up, and a little boy, playing unconcernedly in the sunshine, started at his approach and fled quickly away: to him the stranger was the enemy.
She turned round as unconcernedly as though he were a woman.
She could not see people unconcernedly, but had to send them on some errand.
They had been conspicuous judges and admirals, lawyers and servants of the State for some years before the richness of the soil culminated in the rarest flower that any family can boast, a great writer, a poet eminent among the poets of England, a Richard Alardyce; and having produced him, they proved once more the amazing virtues of their race by proceeding unconcernedly again with their usual task of breeding distinguished men.
Everyone had unconcernedly taken up the thread at the very point where they had dropped it.
He looked about more unconcernedly, sharply observant, every detail of the pretty interior registering itself on his brain.
The few passers-by glanced at him unconcernedly, and even the children who hurried along with their school-bags under their arms seemed to find it perfectly natural that a tall brown gentleman should be standing there, looking up through his glasses at the gray housetops.
They sang or talked as unconcernedly as they might have done in the bar-room of some publichouse at home.
He called out to a passing traveler for help, but instead of holding out a helping hand, the man stood by unconcernedly, and scolded the boy for his imprudence.
He pointed with the hand-mirror to his cousin as unconcernedly as he might have pointed to a dog.