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- adv. In an intent or focused manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an intent manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an intent manner; with close attention or application; with eagerness or earnestness; fixedly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with strained or eager attention
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By looking at the label intently, the consumers will know what exactly is the content of the product.
He was slightly quartering toward me peering intently from the shade of evergreen across a canyon.
One team that figures to listen intently is Weis 'former coaching colleague with the Patriots, Cleveland Browns coach Romeo Crennel.
There was a time when I listened to your word intently, but now I turn the channel to avoid the lies and spin you put on things.
Studying her expression intently, he added, ‘I am quite alone, Becca.’
Hagar turned from replacing the last of the china, she was startled out of her usual gay indifference at the sight of a handsome pair of dark eyes regarding her intently from the open window.
Lady Russell's eyes being turned exactly in the direction for him -- of her being, in short, intently observing him.
She looked at her however, from time to time, anxiously; and when the moment approached which must point him out, though not daring to look again (for her own countenance she knew was unfit to be seen), she was yet perfectly conscious of Lady Russell's eyes being turned exactly in the direction for him -- of her being, in short, intently observing him.
Higgins’s choice to specialize so intently is unique to the Finger Lakes and might be a bit of a shock to some consumers, although most wine enthusiasts will sense the Old World emulation that Higgins is attempting to display.
We were also house o 'virus for the first 6 weeks of fresco's life and I feel your pain intently.