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  • adv. In a wondering manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In a wondering manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a wondering manner; with wonder: as, to gaze wonderingly.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a curious and questioning manner


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  • Anthony Crawford sat on one side of Cousin Jasper, Tom Brighton on the other, while the three younger members of the party watched them wonderingly from the other end of the table.

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  • Then she went away hurriedly, though Roger called wonderingly and in a hurt fashion after her.


  • You mean, "wonderingly," that somebody _learnt_ you to ride horseback? "

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  • Logan got to his feet and stared wonderingly at her.

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  • He looked at her wonderingly as he ate it in three big bites.


  • Foreigners sitting on the terraces looked around wonderingly, as if they were waiting to get to know some special Hungarian habit.

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  • I come away from the story with a feeling of having wonderingly approached something real, but not grasped.

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  • Although the tale is suffused with tragedy, there are also plentiful comic moments, such as when the giant flexes his muscles and wonderingly explores his new world.

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  • We never succeeded in managing more than a dozen stolen meetings, and we kissed perhaps a dozen times -- as boys and girls kiss, briefly and innocently, and wonderingly.

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  • And I, a little shaver of seven, my heart in my mouth, my trembling body strung tense as a deer's on the verge of flight, peered wonderingly in at the open door and learned more of the strangeness of men.

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