ruminatingly

ruminatingly

(ˈruːmɪˌneɪtɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a ruminating manner
References in classic literature ?
She did not answer at once, but after looking down ruminatingly she said, with some earnestness, "Mr.
We are all familiar with narrative numbing, the rehearsal of a well-worn set of complaints or anxieties, ruminatingly traversing a small square of ground, turning over first this grain of sand and then the next.
No reader, and certainly no actor, could accept a Richard who parodies his own brave utterance of a moment before in a ruminatingly rueful manner.