scrutinizingly

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Hetty knitted her brows, and looked at him in her turn, scrutinizingly.

I looked at it as scrutinizingly as I usually do at such paper.

She looked long and scrutinizingly in his face, suspicious in her turn.

A rare flash of intelligence and appreciation greeted her now from those fine eyes bent so scrutinizingly on her.

Philip came and stood looking down at Lawrence scrutinizingly, while Claire went to the fire and heated water.

Uncle Zenas cried as the keeper ceased reading and looked at him scrutinizingly.

He stood looking at me scrutinizingly, trying to read, I fancied, if there were any sign of wickedness in my face.

But now—I am afraid Charley is ashamed of me; he looked at my dress so scrutinizingly this morning, when he came to my door.

He looked at her anxiously and scrutinizingly when he entered the room, and did not respond to her salutation.

He looked so scrutinizingly at Worth as he shook hands with her that the latter felt her heart beating very fast.

WORD ORIGIN

1670s, from scrutiny + -ize. Related: Scrutinized; scrutinizing. Earlier verb was scrutine (1590s), from French.

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