attentiveness

[ uh-ten-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF attentiveness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ATTENTIVENESS

He answered, looking down into her eyes, which were full of attentiveness.

He was assured then of their attentiveness and protected from their interruption.

The kindness and attentiveness of this man are simply wonderful.

All this cordial kindness and attentiveness were putting him at his ease.

He understood her attentiveness to his comfort when she touched his arm and begged a word with him.

The eyes were closed, but now there was an attentiveness, an alertness to him.

His attentiveness and courtesy were not ungrateful after the way things were thrown at you at Sothern and Lee's, we declared.

The twins' devotion to each other was never failing, but this attentiveness on the part of Carol was extremely odd.

For a few minutes she failed to connect the attentiveness of Judge Smith, his paternal banter, with her activity under the table.

Certainly, privacy should be respected, and we should not force ourselves upon others, but attentiveness is not intrusiveness.

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