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- adv. With an intentive attitude or manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Attentively; closely.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Attentively; intently.
But, she began working intentively with four grandmasters, and the work paid off.
And if we will intentively pray for getting of good, let us cry, either with word or with thought or with desire, nought else nor no more words, but this word “God.”
…Let us therefore when we will intentively pray for removing of evil either say, or think, or mean, nought else nor no more words, but this little word “sin.”
Then held he out his chin, most intentively looking upon Thaumast.
(PHC) Nurse Facilitators sponsored by the Chamber of Mines, Dr Zuma said, "We all urgently and intentively need to be looking at every possible way to make sure the roles, functions and abilities of women are taken seriously".
Whereof by parcels she had something heard, But not intentively: I did consent;
And while fortune held thus Philocopo and his companions without the garden intentively listening, a young gentleman coming forth thereof espied them and forthwith by sight, port and visage knew them to be noble gentlemen and worthy to be reverenced.
He was a prophet; a great reader of the heart, who admitted people to the sacrament, or refused them, by "intentively viewing every man" between the eyes; and had the most of the Scriptures off by rote.
Starts, I look'd intentively upon him, which made him I thought collect his Mind a little.
While the honest Knight was thus bewildering himself in good Starts, I look'd intentively upon him, which made him I thought collect his Mind a little.
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