One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘During one leg, he was throwing his darts spiritlessly at the board, as if he already had accepted defeat.’
- ‘It sounds as if it has spent the past few hundred years spiritlessly consorting with Ruritanian royalty.’
- ‘He pulled his cigarette spiritlessly, and his voice was peculiarly dead and monotonous.’
- ‘Even those without a specific vice floated about spiritlessly.’
- ‘Anna and I were both on our hands and knees in the mud, scrubbing at the moldy old chair legs spiritlessly, while Martha and Lauren had resorted to sharing the burden of each stack of chairs they were carrying.’
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