Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • With recognition; consciously; appreciatively.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • She noticed this even before she looked at his face recognizingly, and beheld her host, Mr. Nelson.

    The Outdoor Girls at Ocean View Or, The Box That Was Found in the Sand

  • Guy made himself extremely comfortable in a chair near her and nodded to Lieutenant Angel and spoke to him by name, and glanced recognizingly at one or two other men sitting and standing about them.

    The Glass Slipper

  • As his countenance relaxed into lines of peace she bent over him in a frenzy of attention, but when he opened his eyes and looked at her recognizingly, she began to cry quietly, like a little child.

    The Piano

  • Even the biggest fellow with the badge giggled recognizingly, and then put his hand quickly in front of his mouth and tried to look severe and official.

    In the Bishop's Carriage

  • Even the biggest fellow with the badge giggled recognizingly, and then put his hand quickly in front of his mouth and tried to look severe and official.

    In The Bishop's Carriage.

  • With a movement not unobserved by her he held out his hand and clasped three green fingers of a low bough which the fir seemed to stretch out to him recognizingly.

    Bride of the Mistletoe

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