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bland
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The Fountainhead
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  • "Do you really think so?" said Toohey, smiling blandly.
  • And then he saw Mr. Bradley come to visit the site, to smile blandly and depart again.
  • So he went on smiling blandly—her hand resting casually on the black sleeve of his dinner jacket, her thigh against his as she stood beside him, her pose possessive and intimate, made flagrantly intimate by her air of not noticing it, while she told an admiring circle what she thought of the Cosmo-Slotnick Building.

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  • a bland diet
  • a bland little drama

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