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stolid
used in And Then There Were None

3 uses
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Definition
having or revealing little emotion — sometimes indicating qualities of not changing or being dependable

or (much more rarely):

of an object:  not interesting — often large and unmoving
  •   "Ten people dead on an island and not a living soul on it. It doesn't make sense!"
      Inspector Maine said stolidly: "Nevertheless, it happened, sir."
    p. 247.4
stolidly = unemotionally
  • Blore went on stolidly: "If you're speaking the truth-there's only one thing to be done."
    p. 224.2
  • stolidly = unemotionally
  • Maine went stolidly on with his list.
    p. 252.7
stolidly = unemotionally
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