attention

[ noun uh-ten-shuhn; interjection uh-ten-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF attention

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ATTENTION

Another subject attracted her attention and occupied some share of her thoughts.

Mrs. Rushton was pleased with this mark of attention, and after a slight demur, accepted.

Harbour improvements have occupied much of the attention of Government.

And, if we do, it is doubtful if we can attract their attention.

Stepping into the store, he attracted the attention of the proprietor.

The three gave Andy a look and a grunt, but otherwise they paid no attention to him.

It was immediately observed, that his attention was fixed on me.

But this application has not met with the attention of one single soul.

"Don't forget this," went on Scottie, having Jeff's attention.

I had heard the note in the woods, and directed his attention to it.

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