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ob·ser·vant

 (əb-zûr′vənt)
adj.
1. Having or showing keen perceptiveness; perceptive: an observant traveler; an observant memoir.
2. Diligent in observing a law, custom, duty, or principle: observant of the speed limit.

ob·ser′vant·ly adv.
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Adv.1.observantly - in an observant manner
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observantly

advaufmerksam; … which he very observantly spotted…, wie er sehr gut bemerkt hat
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Gentlemen," said her husband, who had kept his bright eye observantly upon her, "good day.
Elderly masters and mistresses, seated observantly in large kitchen arm-chairs, shook their heads over the difficulties attendant on rearing children, felt Eppie's round arms and legs, and pronounced them remarkably firm, and told Silas that, if she turned out well (which, however, there was no telling), it would be a fine thing for him to have a steady lass to do for him when he got helpless.
The Tsar looked intently and observantly into Kutuzov's eye waiting to hear whether he would say anything more.
Maimie was quite surprised to see that a number of other tall trees were doing the same sort of thing, and she stole away to the Baby Walk and crouched observantly under a Minorca Holly which shrugged its shoulders but did not seem to mind her.
I looked at the brown eyes, and they turned away observantly down the stream.
Maimie was quite surprised to see that a number of other tall trees were doing the same sort of thing and she stole away to the Baby Walk and crouched observantly under a Minorca Holly which shrugged its shoulders but did not seem to mind her.
Jasper looks observantly from the one to the other, slightly smiles, and turns his back to mix a jug of mulled wine at the fire.
Mr Flintwinch, who had been observantly pausing all this time with a cup of tea in his hand, and his mouth open ready to swallow the contents, began to do so: always entirely filling his mouth before he emptied it at a gulp; and always deliberating again before he refilled it.
N--no,' returned Wegg, shaking his head at once observantly, thoughtfully, and playfully.
She has learned to adapt to the frontier, as we see when she first arrives in town and observantly changes her mannerly grip on her fork to emulate the uncouth table manners of the miners also eating.
14) The reader might retort that this is due to the fact that the same person very observantly placed the cup in its position.
A surrender to the law can result in life for a Christian outsider companioned by the observantly Jewish.