from The Century Dictionary.
- In a placable manner; with readiness to forgive.
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- adverb in a
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"I'm rash enough to disagree with you," he said placably.
"I'll navver coom into et again," he assented placably.
"How can I?" she replied placably, "when it was the foundation of our delightful friendship?"
Mr. Waddington swayed placably up and down on the tips of his toes.
"Well," he said, placably, for he was, after all, a just man, "do you think they could be made a little cleaner?"
The large woman replied placably that if he would leave everything to her, it would not be necessary for her to talk.
"Of course not; I had forgotten," replied Conolly, placably.
"The condition has already expired by limitation; the fight is as good as settled now," he said, placably.
"We can discuss these matters later, if you wish," he said placably.
"As to that," he said placably, "I can assure you that the gold-digging has been purely an investment on my part."