The priest's cassock billowed gently in the wind.
He put his hand gently on her shoulder.
He gently took the paper out of her hands and said, "It's time to rest."
She laid the child down gently.
The road ascends gently here.
The rocket landed sufficiently gently to avoid breaking its instruments.
Speak gently to everyone.
Why don't you try expressing your opinion a little more gently? Think about how he feels getting told flatly that he's being cut loose.
Hold the baby gently.
gently stir the salt water
His head nodded, and he snored gently.
The mother becomes irritated and frankly, but gently, tells Beth to leave the room.
He kissed her gently in the cheek
He touched me gently and kissed.
She put down the heavy object gently on the glass table so as not to break it.
Inglés palabradoucement"(gently) ocurre en conjuntos:Fiches du livre - "Christina" (L. G. Moberly)Fiches du livre - "The Gold Kloof" (H. A. Bryden)Fiches du livre - "Spring Blossoms" (Anonymous)Fiches du livre - "The Literary Sense" (E. Nesbit)Fiches du livre - "Ann and her Mother" (O. Douglas)
He spoke softly to the men around him.
She sang the song softly.
The mother laid her baby on the bed softly.
You speak so softly that I cannot quite hear what you say.
She softly stole out of the room.
I walked softly for fear of waking the baby.
It rains softly on the city.
I have spread my dreams beneath your feet; Tread softly because you tread on my dreams.
In the distance I hear the sound of softly murmuring roads.
The breeze softly caressed her face.
If someone is softly spoken,
I'd kiss the corner of your mouth... so softly.
Royce asked softly.
She was singing softly while playing guitar.
Smiling softly, he shook hands with his son and walked off.
Inglés palabradoucement"(softly) ocurre en conjuntos:Fiches du livre - "Little Henry and His Bird" (Ano...Fiches du livre - "Sandman Time" (Ilsien Nathalie ...Fiches du livre - "Washington Irving" (Charles Dud...Fiches du livre - "The Seed of the Toc-Toc Birds" ...Fiches du livre - "All About the Little Small Red ...
That's putting it mildly.
I was mildly disappointed.
... at me with a mildly incredulous look on their...
"I think you've made a mistake," he said mildly.
to put it mildly is used for saying that the words you have chosen are not as extreme as they could have been
To put it mildly, Francis Henry Egerton, eighth Earl of Bridgewater liked dogs.
She spoke mildly to the child even though he had been very naughty.
Nigel Slater's quick, mildly spiced beef recipe.
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