enquiringly

All Adverb
160 examples (0.03 sec)
  • He turned enquiringly toward his wife and her mother as he spoke. Cited from Elsie at the World's Fair, by Martha Finley
  • The child opened his large blue eyes enquiringly upon his sister. Cited from The Trials of the Soldier's Wife, by Alex St. Clair Abrams
  • He stopped short, but his sister's eyes were fixed upon him enquiringly. Cited from The Box with Broken Seals,byE. Phillips Oppenheim
  • Ned took out his electric light and turned it enquiringly about the room. Cited from The Boy Scout Camera Club, by G. Harvey Ralphson
  • They glanced at the bed and then looked enquiringly at the old woman. Cited from Best British Short Stories, Ed. O'Brien & Cournos
  • Honor started a little, and looked enquiringly into his face. Cited from Honor Edgeworth, by Vera
  • Shock opened his eyes and fixed them enquiringly upon The Don's face. Cited from The Prospector, by Ralph Connor
  • Presently the former stretched himself far on one side of his horse and thrust his head enquiringly forward. Cited from Honor Edgeworth, by Vera
  • Then he stepped forward and opened the door, looking out enquiringly at his caller. Cited from The Cinema Murder, by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • At the same instant a party of soldiers entered the room and glanced round it enquiringly. Cited from Serapis, by Georg Ebers, v5
  • The boy now turned to look at him, enquiringly. Cited from Aunt Jane's Nieces, by Edith Van Dyne
  • You look at me enquiringly, and I can see in your eyes that I seem to you a severe judge. Cited from Uarda, by Georg Ebers, v1
  • Here they halted, and the others looked enquiringly at their leader. Cited from Out with Gun and Camera, by Ralph Bonehill
  • He first went up to the little boy's bed, and looked at the parson, enquiringly. Cited from Sweetapple Cove, by George van Schaick
  • The old lady looked up at me enquiringly. Cited from Confessions of a Housekeeper, by T.S. Arthur
  • He looked up enquiringly, but if he was pleased to see his visitors he managed to conceal the fact. Cited from A Prefect's Uncle, by P. G. Wodehouse
  • Each one looked at the other enquiringly, but with no responsive result. Cited from The Secret Power, by Marie Corelli
  • A new light now shone in the native's eyes, and he looked enquiringly into the girl's face. Cited from Glen of the High North, by H. A. Cody
  • The child looked at him enquiringly, not understanding the question. Cited from The Trials of the Soldier's Wife, by Alex St. Clair Abrams
  • Each looked enquiringly at the other, and then both gazed into the thick fog. Cited from The Lighthouse, by R.M. Ballantyne
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