The Top English Grammar Tips From A–Z
- But where I draw the line on this is when marriage begins to be looked at as coldly as a business merger.
- They said hi back, but coldly and with a smile that seemed unfriendly and strange.
- Governments make calculations all the time, quite coldly and quite clinically.
- The reception was coldly polite and I put the phone down thinking the message had arrived but no-one was home to hear it.
- Those who had coldly sat and analysed the situation knew that would always be the case but rarely have so many wanted to be proved so wrong.
- One minute he's smiling and making jokes, then the next he's snarling coldly at someone.
- A girl told today how a driver knocked her down and then stared coldly into her eyes as she lay on a pelican crossing.
- After all, as the Home Office coldly points out, the law must be enforced.
- He also offered two of his men to guard the hospital from now on but the doctor coldly said it was unnecessary.
- I am talking about people who coldly kill people in a calculating fashion.
- The stadium lights glare down coldly as you inhale a deep breath of cold, crisp air.
- The woman stares coldly at my mum as if she were crazy to even ask such a thing.
- Terrence just glared coldly at Damien before turning swiftly on his heel and leaving.
- Martin was sharpening up now; paying attention to every inflexion in that coldly condescending voice.
- But a play that seemed mildly provocative on a first viewing now looks as coldly manipulative as its heroine.
- Patrick stared at her coldly for a minute then continued up towards the main control room.
- This is no coldly efficient war machine, but an army of civilians.
- She came face to face with a tall man with black eyes staring down at her coldly.
- His coldly rational attitude to sex as a harmless pastime alienates his son and threatens to tear his research team apart.
- Will the mysterious and coldly menacing Cowboy carry out his threats?
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