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- adv. In a thoughtful manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a thoughtful or considerate manner; with thought or solicitude.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a thoughtful manner
- adv. showing consideration and thoughtfulness
He rubbed his chin thoughtfully as he leaned over the board.
"Exhilarating," Eldin repeated the word thoughtfully, a little worriedly.
"A gun-man," said Boolba thoughtfully, and he used the English word with some awkwardness.
She repeated the word thoughtfully, though she did not seem to quite comprehend it; and indeed it is likely enough that, however intelligible she was to Leander, the understanding was far from being entirely reciprocal.
But the little maid, whose dress and manner certainly did not betray an habitual disregard of gifts of this kind, looked at the coin thoughtfully, but not regretfully.
Grave and deliberate in all his actions, his smile was exquisitely sweet, and his expression thoughtfully gentle.
You should consider the name thoughtfully, and then take the right steps up front to protect your name and identity.
Even consumption — that overindulged American pastime — can help, if engaged in thoughtfully.
Strictly -- which is to say thoughtfully -- speaking, it is called language.
Our assignment was to venture out into the park and approach a tree "thoughtfully" and respectfully.