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attentively

adverb as in intently

adverb as in respectfully

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Example Sentences

So my mom reached out to a psychologist who, just a few days later, sat with me and listened attentively to my concerns.

From Vox

The whole place leans lazily but attentively into its hillside like one of the listeners on its lawn.

We listened attentively nevertheless, grateful to be in the same room as the great scientist.

Emory University and University of Arizona researchers found that fathers of girls were more attentively engaged in parenting than fathers with boys, singing more to them and responding more strongly to their happy facial expressions.

From Ozy

While using keywords in your headings is important, overall your title tag is what the search engines will be looking at much more attentively.

You listen to song after song—attentively, open-mindedly, optimistically.

I also find it kind of hard to believe that the conference and convention industry listens that attentively to the president.

Lisi was listening attentively, emotionlessly, saying only enough to keep the dialogue flowing.

The stranger regarded Hedges attentively, rather to the discomfiture of that functionary, who thought he was doubted.

Morley Jones paused, and Mr Durant looked at him attentively for a few seconds.

Isabel deigned no reply, and he took possession of a deep chair, settled himself on his backbone, and regarded her attentively.

Now “awfully sorry” is not a western colloquialism, and the girl looked at him attentively.

Look at my coachman more attentively, gentlemen, and you will see that he is a very valuable man.

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On this page you'll find 171 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to attentively, such as: anxiously, conscientiously, correctly, deliberately, delicately, and discreetly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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