I have never had a friend,” answered Latimer, monotonously; “I should scarcely know what to do with one.
And so for some two hours the vessel crept on, wearily as it seemed and monotonously.
His words droned heavily and monotonously to her as through dull banks of fog.
"I cannot tell you anything about them," Joan said monotonously.
"What a pretty view you have of the sea from these windows," she said in her well-trained and monotonously modulated voice.
The speaker suddenly began to whine softly and monotonously.
Many a spry wight thinks it his duty to be continuously funny and monotonously merry.
And the march continued, monotonously, almost like a bad sleep.
Yet her unlikeness to the monotonously same girls, whom he was in the habit of meeting, fascinated him more and more each day.
"You will find that you cannot," the passionless creature returned, monotonously.