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And once, a minute later, he raised his head with a sudden startle and gazed inquiringly at her.
Starting in his turn, the old man quieted them by a word, and then shaded his failing eyes with his hand, and looked inquiringly at the figure at the gate.
Then with the same deliberation he scrutinised the uncouth, unkempt figure and unshaven face of Razumihin, who looked him boldly and inquiringly in the face without rising from his seat.
Eve takes a few snack-bites, shakes her head, sits back, looks at Adam inquiringly and quietly asks.
This is lonely women university in the city and if its doors are shut to us then where we should go, said another girl student inquiringly.
Cornflower, blue eyes, Gazed around her inquiringly, Dying to inspect The world, At close vicinity.
when shown the menu, he looked aghast at the prices and asked inquiringly, and with hopeful humour, if they had a happy hour menu.
Faces can turn to you inquiringly if a decision needs to be made.
A rather large group of Mexicans followed me onto the bus, and the very largest gentleman of the group, weighing close to 300 pounds, gestured inquiringly at the empty aisle seat.
But most of the artists here address those questions more inquiringly, and less programmatically, than did some of their predecessors, who--no doubt out of historical necessity--tended toward direct confrontation.
while looking inquiringly at her grandmother, Aunt Inez, for help.
I asked an employee at the visitor's center what she tells people when they ask inquiringly about the downtown.