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- adv. In an attentive manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an attentive manner; heedfully; carefully; with fixed attention.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with attention; in an attentive manner
'I have at length been enabled to ascertain that the tin tube contains a few yards of some celebrated plaster, recommended -- as I discover on regarding the label attentively through my eye-glass -- as a preservative against sea-sickness.
‘I have at length been enabled to ascertain that the tin tube contains a few yards of some celebrated plaster, recommended — as I discover on regarding the label attentively through my eye – glass — as a preservative against sea – sickness.
That you should be able to hold our audience so attentively is a tribute to your power of delivery.
Wyatt screwed his monocle into his eye, regarded both sides of the coin attentively, and laid it down.
Nadgett put on his spectacles, and read the name attentively; then looked at the chairman over his glasses, and bowed; then took them off, and put them in their case; and then put the case in his pocket.
Much of the crowd, a bit confused by this comment, leaned in attentively.
Oh, you who have read Plato attentively, that is to say, seven or eight fantastical dreams hidden in some garret in Europe, if ever these questions reach you,
St. Gertrude was once saying the Divine Office with the other virgins of her monastery, and was striving to pronounce every word attentively, but since she was often distracted through human infirmity, she said mournfully to herself, "And what fruit can be derived from this endeavour, which is combined with so much inconstancy?"
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On the other side, that is to say on the left of Moses, is Active Life, with a mirror in her right hand, into which she gazes attentively, meaning by this that our actions should be governed by forethought; and in her left hand a garland of flowers.
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