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- adv. In an inquisitive manner; curiously.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an inquisitive manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an inquisitive manner; with curiosity to obtain information; with scrutiny.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with curiosity
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Passersby looked inquisitively as three of us picked, what looked to most as 'weeds,' and that is often stomped on with blind eyes.
Surprised he stopped sobbing and looked at her inquisitively.
Donovan looked at Jane inquisitively, a bemused grin on his round, ruddy Irish face.
They concealed this knowledge from their children with talk of recipes and feigned anguish at every toy dropped inquisitively down the toilet.
The Scotsman's face lighted inquisitively, till he comprehended.
For a few seconds, I started getting antsy too, but instead of getting flustered, I looked around inquisitively -- surely, I thought to myself, something going on was creating the snarled and inert traffic.
On Saturday, though, the wide-eyed baby looked around the ward inquisitively and became captivated with a journalist who was taking his picture.
While Oriol works, his head cupped in one hand while he jots notes or tilted inquisitively over a chunk of cooked squash, he is the picture of stillness.
She paused for a moment and looked at him inquisitively.
With tensions mounting between Ms. Winfrey and the segment producers regarding the upcoming taping, in the middle of all of the unfolding drama, Oprah turned inquisitively to one of her young assistants and asked "Is that top Lanvin?"