Using "placidly" in a sentence

Myrelle suggests that talking to the man is close to treason, but Bryne only replies, placidly, that when he’s being followed by over ten thousand men, he wants to know their intentions.

A brand new building hidden placidly in the embrace of the world's cultural heritage expresses the greatest respect for the historical environment.
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