10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SCRUTINISINGLY»
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine
I had recovered enough courage by this time to gaze steadily and scrutinisingly
upon her. Lisbeth, my dear little, brown-eyed, softhearted wife, had lately been
reading the adventures of Telemachus with breathless and naivb interest in my ...
replied the woman, looking scrutinisingly at him. " I have not the most remote idea
," replied the baronet, with a carelessness that was evidently assumed. " You give
me credit for more penetration than I possess." " Stuff ! That won't do for me ...
... two candles beside the glass and looked at herself scrutinisingly -—almost as
scrutinisingly as she had looked at Comtesse Halka's photograph. “ No wonder
he stared at me like that,” she reflected; “I do look rather like an untamed savage.
The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's ...
And then when she was in her room she put two candles beside the glass and
looked at herself scrutinisingly — almost as scrutinisingly as she had looked at
Comtesse Halka's photograph. " No wonder he stared at me like that," she
Irina looked steadilyand scrutinisingly at him, so steadily and scrutinisingly that
he was confused, and then,playing with the ends ofhersash, shesaid calmly: 'Do
you desireit, you?' 'Yes.... I suppose so,'replied Litvinov hesitatingly. 'Iagree with ...
Irina looked steadily and scrutinisingly at him, so steadily and scrutinisingly that
he was confused, and then, playing with the ends of her sash, she said calmly: '
Do you desire it, you?' ' Yes. . . . I suppose so,' replied Litvinov hesitatingly. 'I
Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev, 1906
Itseyes were hugeforits body size, liketheywere crawling out of their sockets in
search of more light; it watched Garren scrutinisingly with them. “. ..You
aredifferent to the othersI have seen . ..” The creature's mouth openedand let out
a slow, ...
... ever work against such a story as this? Ursula said all this over to herself,
quietly, deliberately, as she stood there, and then, as she caught the murmur of
the servants' voices, she turned. Her eyes looked at them calmly, coldly,
Effie Adelaide Rowlands, 1894
Bella soon appeared ; she thought that Eric looked at ber scrutinisingly, and
quickly turning away, she went to a side table to prepare the coffee. "My wife,"
said Clodwig, " has already sent a messenger, this morning, to Fraulein Perini,
and I ...
Dr. Harcourt's Assistant: A Tale of the Present Day
So, for a few moments, in this instance, he looked, closely and scrutinisingly, at
one or two other objects near to him, before he cast his eyes again upon the
mirror ; but when he at length did so, the same figure, fixed and immovable, was
Mrs. Hibbert-Ware (Mary Clementina), 1868
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The Pursuit Of Akkiness
If an American were to scratch his chin and look scrutinisingly at Bollywood, perhaps the best way to explain the Akshay Kumar [Images] phenomenon would be ... «Rediff, Jul 09»