appreciatively

[ uh-pree-shuh-tiv, -shee-uh-, -shee-ey- ]SEE DEFINITION OF appreciatively
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He drank it appreciatively and remarked that there was still no other he liked so well.

"You are a brave homme, Armand," said Madame la Generale, appreciatively.

"It'll be good to have him around again," she said appreciatively.

"Thank you," he said, appreciatively, when the last button was fastened.

“That boosts us up another fifty a week,” said Henry appreciatively.

"Well how smart we are," smiled the doctor, surveying them appreciatively.

Patty eyed him appreciatively, with a new sense of fellow-feeling.

"How interesting it must be to write," put in Miss Dunbar appreciatively.

"You whistled the octave of B. in alt," remarked Edith appreciatively.

Mordryn looked at her appreciatively—he delighted in hearing her views.

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