from The Century Dictionary.
- With due scrutiny or observation; searchingly. Also spelled
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- adverb So as to
scrutinize; with close visual attention.
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Sheldon Rampton scrutinizingly details fiction in this post.
We none of us, I suppose (by we I mean the bonne, the cook, the portress, and myself, all which personages were now gathered in the small and heated chamber), looked very scrutinizingly at the new doctor when he came into the room.
Natasha listened to him with pride; when she spoke she noticed with fear and joy that he gazed attentively and scrutinizingly at her.
I noticed at the same time that she was pregnant; it did not escape my attention, and yet I did not stare in any way scrutinizingly at her.
He stepped a little to one side as he spoke, and his eyes wandered scrutinizingly over Faith's lovely face and figure.
The keen-eyed superintendent looked over her scrutinizingly.
The Governor, surprised as much by the purity of language as by the temerity of the Jew, looked at the young man, scrutinizingly, for some moments.
The old deacon pushed his spectacles high upon his forehead, and, throwing his head back, looked at Hetty a moment, scrutinizingly, in silence.
I looked at it as scrutinizingly as I usually do at such paper.
The man Clark looked at me scrutinizingly for some time.