Sentence for vaguely | Use vaguely in a sentence

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  • Mrs. Pendyce murmured vaguely. (8)
  • She smiled sweetly though vaguely. (10)
  • Sir Austin felt vaguely apprehensive. (10)
  • Then she said, vaguely, she wished they were going to the shore. (9)
  • What was their attitude towards this vaguely threatened cataclysm? (8)
  • Lavender was more than vaguely conscious, for many feet went over him. (8)
  • The name of Diana, playing vaguely on his consciousness, helped to it. (10)
  • She seemed limp in his arms, and he felt vaguely the want of something. (13)
  • It was a smell of walls and washing, varied rather vaguely by red herrings. (8)
  • Lavender vaguely, gazing at the light filtering through the Venetian blind. (8)
  • The brother did not speak; he coughed vaguely, and let his head sink forward. (9)
  • Peering at her over the tops of her eyes, Miranda vaguely lifted a white foot. (8)
  • He then remembered, vaguely, that he had never altogether cared to take her hand. (1)
  • Barbara vaguely felt the serenity out there in the clouds, and the trees, and wind. (8)
  • She is unwilling to send you a message: she talks vaguely of meeting you some days hence. (10)
  • Dr. Welwright laughed, too; but not vaguely; there was a mounting cheerfulness in his laugh. (9)
  • Still she did not go, and there was an interval in which she had the air of vaguely waiting. (9)
  • Mrs. Soles shook her head, and the small twisted bob of her discoloured hair wobbled vaguely. (8)
  • She had a sad look, upon traces of a past fairness, vaguely like a snow landscape in the thaw. (10)
  • Though himself vaguely uneasy on that very subject, he was a man who did not go to meet disturbance. (8)
  • Memory heaps dead leaves on corpse-like deeds, from under which they do but vaguely offend the sense. (8)
  • It came with a flash of joy that was speedily terror, and she fell to praying vehemently and vaguely. (10)
  • It came with a flash of joy that was speedily terror, and she fell to praying vehemently and vaguely. (22)
  • Lavender experienced one or those vaguely disagreeable sensations which follow on half-realized insults. (8)
  • He had seen pictures of bears, but knew of nothing to their discredit and had vaguely wished to meet one. (1)
  • Moreover, he realized vaguely since his talk with his cousin that there was a certain claim in complicity. (13)
  • She vaguely perceived that his paint was something more than business to him; it was a sentiment, almost a passion. (9)
  • The sound vaguely irritated Winton, reminding him of those two damnable foreigners by whom she had been so treated. (8)
  • He did not care much for society, but he vaguely respected it as the stronghold of the proprieties and the amenities. (9)
  • He went up to them, and, vaguely alarmed, ignorant of the nature of the trouble, made an attempt to smooth things over. (8)
  • When the car stopped he got out and walked north along the lake shore, vaguely intending to reach Eversley in that way. (13)
  • For many years he had ceased regretting, even vaguely, the son who had not been born; Fleur filled the bill in his heart. (8)
  • Mavering vaguely felt the loss, without knowing how to retrieve it, and it made him go on more desperately with Miss Anderson. (9)
  • She had vaguely fancied that with the acquaintance his career at Harvard would open to him Jeff would make a splendid marriage. (9)
  • He might have treated her more generously, it occurred to the architect vaguely, valuing in his own mind the old place as naught. (13)
  • She held her arms out to the mist, vaguely, blindly, demanding some compensation for living, some justification that she knew not of. (13)
  • He grew discouraged; he seemed no nearer to anything, had not obtained from his inspection any of the knowledge he had vaguely hoped for. (8)
  • The passengers glanced at one another; the two table-stewards, with their napkins in their hands, smiled vaguely, and made some indefinite movements. (9)
  • Within the lofty structure, the architect realized vaguely, there was being enacted one of those modern tragedies which mock the pride and vanity of man. (13)
  • Absorbed by longings, he but vaguely realised the turmoil of Commemoration, which had gathered its hundreds for their annual cure of salmon mayonnaise and cheap champagne. (8)

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