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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishblanklyblank‧ly /ˈblæŋkli/ adverb  in a way that shows no emotion, understanding, or interest Anna stared blankly at the wall.
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blanklyBut he only looked at her blankly, and gave no rueful half-smile in collusion.Several surprised faces looked blankly at her, including those of the chief trouble-makers.Forby lay awake but staring blankly at the ceiling.Wade looked blankly at the table.Marcus looked at Pete blankly for a moment.I stared blankly, his meaning lost.The tea forgotten, she gazed blankly through the window.
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