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- adv. in a manner suggesting one is considering, pensively
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. With consideration or deliberation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With consideration or deliberation.
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'Paris,' Katherine turned over the delightful word consideringly, finding it wanting.
Then she looked at Valery consideringly but said nothing.
Connie said consideringly, You will be more unhappy if you do not.
Cerdic was eyeing her consideringly, ice-blue gaze fixed on her face.
Daniel gazed consideringly into his half-empty glass:
"Your mother, too, faced a ghost today, and over came it," Rachel said consideringly.
Ian looked consideringly at his own offspring, industriously engaged in piling wooden blocks on top of each other by the hearth.
He stood up, looked down at me consideringly for a moment, then walked around the table, extended his hand, and drew me to my feet.
"That depends on the quarry," said Cadfael, and studied him consideringly.
I thought for a time, "said Philip consideringly," that I had a quarrel with him, but I find I was in error.
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