quizzical


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Natasha continued to lean out of the window for a long time, beaming at him with her kindly, slightly quizzical, happy smile.
ARE you in the mood to demonstrate your charisma, uniqueness and quizzical talent in Liverpool next month?
Then, noticing that the tiller of soil is walking about with a frown, God speaks to humanity's first-born son in a quizzical manner that would make even Yoda scratch his head in confusion.
leaving a lot of the photo-sharing app's users quizzical.
They never talk back, although I've had some quizzical looks from cows and been occasionally head-butted by a horse.
You'll know the one: lips slightly pursed, hand on chin, looking to the side -- it was quizzical, to say the least.
I was with my Great Aunt Grania recently and she looked at me in a slightly quizzical way and she said, 'I can't understand how you look so good on the telly because you're perfectly normal in real life.
Quizzical Eyebrow - @quizeye Hurworth Globetrotters put in exhibition display including 'worldy'and clean sheet #karankasCleanSheetKings Stephen Dennis - @Dendog_UK Brilliant away day and treated to a great performance, onwards and upwards
Instead of facing punishment for all those forgeries, Landis gets a quizzical portrait of his own.
A spelunker of quizzical caves, toppler of mediocrity and eschewer of mores, journalist-hedonist Dar was born and raised on Staten Island.
My kids were a little bit quizzical about the idea of me playing Hercules at first.
MO Farah was put on the spot by quizzical Birmingham schoolchildren yesterday.