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How to use regardful in a sentence

Freckles watched him with regardful eye and saw at last that he was completely exhausted.
FRECKLESGENE STRATTON-PORTER
Why had she not helped him in his devices, fallen into his plans, been regardful of his fortunes, and made herself one with him?
THE PRIME MINISTERANTHONY TROLLOPE
The flame from the hearth lighted one of his starlike eyes as it stood open, regardful of the strange old man.
JOHN ERMINE OF THE YELLOWSTONEFREDERIC REMINGTON
Regardful of this fact, Tatsu had built a roaring fire in the library to cheer Hayden's home‑coming.
THE SILVER BUTTERFLYMRS. WILSON WOODROW
The latter was much more regardful of the Greek and Roman world than of the Jewish.
THE APOSTLESERNEST RENAN
Even in the exterior of the gift, she had been regardful of his taste.
HUSKSMARION HARLAND
And upon the other hand privations make us regardful of others.
INTERLUDESHORACE SMITH
But if we may not probe too deeply into primal causes, we may still be regardful of the effects.
THE QUICKENINGFRANCIS LYNDE
Thus sat Jocelyn regardful, gladness in the heart of him, and a song of gladness bubbling to his lips.
THE GESTE OF DUKE JOCELYNJEFFERY FARNOL
Had he treated us with not quite so much distance, the cacique might have been more regardful of our wants.
BYRON'S NARRATIVE OF THE LOSS OF THE WAGERJOHN BYRON
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WORDS RELATED TO REGARDFUL

  • anxious
  • appetent
  • apprehensive
  • ardent
  • athirst
  • attentive
  • avid
  • beside oneself
  • careful
  • caring
  • concerned
  • devoted
  • eager
  • earnest
  • heedful
  • impatient
  • keen
  • loving
  • mindful
  • raring
  • regardful
  • tender
  • thirsty
  • troubled
  • uneasy
  • worried sick
  • worried stiff
  • zealous
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