quizzically

[ UK /kwˈɪzɪkli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a quizzical and questioning manner
    they looked quizzically at the doctor
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How To Use quizzically In A Sentence

  • Madame Bovary!" he said quizzically, reading the title of the book on the little fat man's bookrest; and, holding it closer to his boiled-looking eyes, he repeated, as though it were a joke, "Madame The Island Pharisees
  • Selwyn looked at her quizzically, his head tipped to one side and his large ears pricked forward as he watched.
  • they looked quizzically at the doctor
  • Ella Jean rested her dark hand on Grady's, the long red fingernail of her index finger flicking quizzically at his watchband. BLACK EAGLES
  • When Bustamante announced the word "muumuu," adult audience members looked quizzically at each other. undefined
  • A tourniquet was on my upper arm, a blue squeezy ball tightly gripped in my hand, and a phlebotomist was looking quizzically at my arm.
  • The gold-eyed birds darting in between the leaves observed that purulence, that wetness, quizzically. The Waves
  • Edella regards me quizzically, but I just stare right back at her with an equally confused expression.
  • He glanced quizzically at his father, his expression rife with disappointment. No Way Out
  • Holden looked at me quizzically, but did not enquire further. ANTI-ICE
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