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grave -- as in: Her manner was grave.
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And Then There Were None
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  • The position is fraught with grave danger.
  • He paused, then went on: "We are still faced by one very grave problem.
  • There had been a very faint smile on the thick Semitic lips of Mr. Morris as he answered gravely: "If anything illegal is proposed, you will, of course, be at perfect liberty to withdraw."
  • General Macarthur said gravely: "None of us are going to leave the island.
  • Armstrong said gravely: "And yet, you know, the argument holds.
  • Philip Lombard said gravely: "Yes, but it won’t!
  • The judge said gravely: "Good-night, gentlemen.
  • Armstrong said gravely: "A woman could have done it if that’s what you mean.
  • Inspector Maine said gravely: "I’m coming to that, sir.

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  • Her smile disappeared as she suddenly realized the gravity of her situation.
  • It was the day of the funeral and she was in a grave mood.

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