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  • r  in a diffident manner
    `Oh, well,' he shrugged diffidently, `I like the work.'

  • Along toward dawn the conductor heard groans from his compartment, knocked diffidently, received no answer, debated for some time before he dared to unlock a staff officer's .
  • Banker Morgan grinned diffidently as he went through the act.
  • Almost diffidently he pulls up a chair.

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