inquisitively : Definition, Usages, News and More
- But those platitudes were forgotten by recess, when a posse of older kids began picking on Marino for looking a little too inquisitively at their circle of activity.
- That's why neighbors peered out of their windows inquisitively when a recent caravan of Americans climbed up the steep slopes of the country's largest barrio, which many middle .
- In two glass cases at the entrance, the stuffed bodies of Belka and Strelka, the first dogs to return to Earth alive after a space flight, sit with their heads cocked inquisitively.
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Submitted by Simon Black of Sovereign Man Priceless Two bright white eyes looked at me inquisitively through the small hatch in the nondescript metal door. I quickly glanced around the dark, empty streets of the Palermo district in Buenos Aires and whispered the password. The door clanked open, revealing a small antechamber and a phone booth. I picked up the receiver and punched in a 4-digit ...
April 14, 2014 - Zero Hedge
- Charlie Weis in MLB.com
He laughed, first of all,Weis said. "I don't think he's used to people busting his chops too often, to tell you the truth. I thought he looked at me very inquisitively. I think that idea came from him long before I said it. I'd love to...
- Pervez Musharraf in Boston Globe (registration)
Now with the controversies of whether I should have written or not written -- well, why shouldn't I have written? It is more than for myself,Musharraf said. "I thought that because of the world looking at me inquisitively, personally, I...
- Hilly Kristal in Washington Post
I was on a ladder in front of the club, fixing the awning in place, when I looked down to notice three scruffy dudes in torn jeans and T-shirts looking up at me inquisitively,Mr. Kristal wrote in a history of the club on the CBGB Web site.