But he has an exalted notion of the value of things, and, moreover, he is woodenly conservative.
She was trembling with eagerness, but the station agent stood on my other side, and he was woodenly stolid.
Ewbert dropped his arms from the embrace in which he had folded her woodenly unresponsive frame, and regarded her sadly.
They remained wilfully, not to say woodenly, the young bridal pair of that romance, without the promise of novel functioning.
He climbed in woodenly, leaving his helmet on as he saw the broken window.
She played well and woodenly, and had for her reward a certain wooden satisfaction in her own performance.
Gordon hesitated, and then swung off woodenly to take up his new beat.
It was another instant before he sensed that his companions were still marching—trudging stiffly, woodenly off through the dark.
A file of them, stolid, woodenly walking—he could not fail to know them from the ape-men of the tribe.