attentiveness


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at·ten·tive

 (ə-tĕn′tĭv)
adj.
1. Paying close attention; alert or observant: an attentive listener; attentive to detail. See Synonyms at careful.
2. Showing care for the needs or desires of others; caring or courteous. See Synonyms at thoughtful.

at·ten′tive·ly adv.
at·ten′tive·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.attentiveness - paying particular notice (as to children or helpless people)attentiveness - paying particular notice (as to children or helpless people); "his attentiveness to her wishes"; "he spends without heed to the consequences"
attending, attention - the process whereby a person concentrates on some features of the environment to the (relative) exclusion of others
advertence, advertency - the process of being heedful
heedlessness, inattentiveness - a lack of attentiveness (as to children or helpless people)
2.attentiveness - the trait of being considerate and thoughtful of othersattentiveness - the trait of being considerate and thoughtful of others
considerateness, thoughtfulness, consideration - kind and considerate regard for others; "he showed no consideration for her feelings"
3.attentiveness - the trait of being observant and paying attentionattentiveness - the trait of being observant and paying attention
trait - a distinguishing feature of your personal nature
carefulness - the quality of being careful and painstaking; "I admired the carefulness of his work"
heedfulness, mindfulness - the trait of staying aware of (paying close attention to) your responsibilities
carefulness, caution, cautiousness - the trait of being cautious; being attentive to possible danger; "a man of caution"
weather eye, vigilance, watchfulness - vigilant attentiveness; "he keeps a weather eye open for trouble"
inadvertency, unmindfulness, inadvertence, heedlessness - the trait of forgetting or ignoring your responsibilities
inattentiveness - the trait of not being considerate and thoughtful of others

attentiveness

noun
1. Concentration of the mental powers on something:
Translations
يَقَظَه، إنْتِباه
pozornost
opmærksomhed
umhyggja

attentiveness

[əˈtentɪvnɪs] N
1. (= alertness) → atención f
2. (= consideration) → atención f

attentiveness

attentiveness

[əˈtɛntɪvnɪs] nattenzione f; (consideration) → sollecitudine f

attention

(əˈtenʃən) noun
1. notice. He tried to attract my attention; Pay attention to your teacher!
2. care. That broken leg needs urgent attention.
3. concentration of the mind. His attention wanders.
4. (in the army etc) a position in which one stands very straight with hands by the sides and feet together. He stood to attention.
atˈtentive (-tiv) adjective
giving attention. The children were very attentive when the teacher was speaking; attentive to her needs.
atˈtentively (-tiv-) adverb
They listened attentively.
atˈtentiveness noun
References in classic literature ?
Bulstrode had also a deferential bending attitude in listening, and an apparently fixed attentiveness in his eyes which made those persons who thought themselves worth hearing infer that he was seeking the utmost improvement from their discourse.
Your attentiveness and consideration makes me more sensible of my own neglect.
001) from political attentiveness in Year 1 to internal efficacy in Year 2, (b) a path ([Beta] = .
There's less demand and support for the kind of "watchdog" attentiveness that is journalism's stock in trade.
And slowly, slowly Scott is leading me on the journey from self-centeredness to presence, to true affection, attentiveness, relationship.
Tracking the percentage of psychological visits begins to measure the medical facility's attentiveness to these issues.
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This attentiveness to the individual needs of each pharmaceutical customer is what sets Octagon apart, and SAS and its data integration technology help us better serve them.
Just when I thought the day could not get any better, the next shift , headed by Jeanette, continued the experience and exceeded all expectations with the amazing buffet and the excellent service and attentiveness to our guests.
This lack of attentiveness was caused by inconsiderate road users, worries about work, or tension at home, the poll by road safety charity Brake and insurance company Direct Line found.
Commercial director John O'Keeffe said: "Being prepared to make the tea or coffee demonstrates qualities such as attentiveness, humility and pro-activity.
The programmes teach parents how to create a structured home environment, encourage attentiveness and concentration, and manage misbehaviour.