intently[ in-tent ]SEE DEFINITION OF intently
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTENTLY
The woman looked at him intently for a moment, then spoke in a colorless voice.
Watching her intently, Donald Whiting thought of all these things.
He looked at her intently as she approached and formed his own conclusions.
He was older than Linda, and he was thinking swiftly, intently.
Vaudemont stood looking on intently, with his arms folded on his breast.
I listened long and intently to speech I could not understand—or but in spots.
Quivering with excitement he bent again over the book and studied it intently.
He stood there, ear bent close to the panel, intently listening.
She looked at me intently, shook her head and again fell into a reverie.
Fox was in the drawing-room, intently engaged over a Greek "Herodotus."
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR INTENTLY
- all joking aside
- cool it
- cut the comedy
- for real
- in all conscience
- in all seriousness
- in earnest
- simmer down
- straighten out
- with a straight face
- with forethought
- with sobriety