Blankly – meaning of the word and examples

In a way that shows no understanding, interest or emotion. (Cambridge Dictionary)

In a way that is plain and characterised by a lack of decorative or other features. (Oxford Dictionaries)

In a way that shows a lack of interest or engagement. (Oxford Dictionaries)

In a way that temporarily shows no emotion or understanding, especially as a result of shock. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Examples

Young brunette woman blankly staring, on a green screen studio background.

https://www.videoblocks.com/video/young-brunette-woman-blankly-staring-on-a-green-screen-studio-background-bc3muqkglius03r5k

Tony Abbott stares blankly at Julia Gillard for entire minute.

https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2018/10/tony-abbott-stares-blankly-at-julia-gillard-for-entire-minute.html

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