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Her brother Shlomo, 24, is preparing for law school, dipping a toe into dating and struggling over how observant he ultimately wants to be.

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Changes are happening everywhere, and so we need them to be observant and not be distracted.

Even a moderately observant UFO monitoring the United States would have noticed, in late March of 2020, that something was seriously amiss.

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Frazes considers herself culturally Jewish but not particularly observant.

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They realized that for the second year in a row, the pandemic would disrupt the usual gathering of families and friends for the seder, the ritual dinner in which observants re-tell the story of the Jewish exodus from Egypt.

The Turkish history of imposed Jacobin Secularism ended up creating virtual segregation against observant Muslims.

Really quippy, relevant, observant, and, daresay, relatable dialogue.

Kamala's character will struggle to exist in her observant Muslim family.

I am a proud Israeli and a religiously observant Jew and a functional pacifist.

Even in the most ridiculous moments, an observant, compassionate intelligence shines.

This man does not appear at all put out by Mr. Arden's observant presence, nor even conscious of it.

Her youthful vanity had its way in a mind too speculative, intelligent, observant, merely to be shocked.

Mr. Pontellier, who was observant about such things, noticed it, as he served the soup and handed it to the boy in waiting.

Had she, so observant, so discerning in her fastidious taste—had she failed to notice the small detail too?

Whereupon the observant Seton saw a quick change take place in the girl's expression.

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On this page you'll find 95 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to observant, such as: attentive, discerning, discriminating, intelligent, mindful, and perceptive.

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