"Ferdishenko," he said, gazing intently and inquiringly
into the prince's eyes.
The company looked at each other with a perplexed interest -- and inquiringly
at Huck, who was tongue-tied.
--This had Zarathustra spoken to his heart when the sun arose: then looked he inquiringly
aloft, for he heard above him the sharp call of his eagle.
Her waggish and malicious look, which Raoul tried to avoid meeting, and which yet he sought inquiringly from time to time, placed him on the rack.
"Am I so very severe, then?" said Raoul, inquiringly.
And Missis has heard from Mas'r George?" she said, inquiringly
Lord de Winter and the three Musketeers looked at one another inquiringly
. Neither could give the others any information, for all were ignorant who this man could be; nevertheless, they felt convinced that all was as it should be, as it was done by the order of Athos.
"Thus, then," added Kennedy, inquiringly
, "our discoveries agree with the speculations of science."
Boris said no more, but looked inquiringly
at his mother without taking off his cloak.
One of them, who looked about twenty, had a singularly good-tempered and lively look, and laughed with every muscle of his body, as he looked at us with a critical eye, and said inquiringly
Equally colourful are his accounts of architectural ruins: the bridge at Vulci 'in the sky, like a black bubble, most strange and lonely, with the poignancy of perfect things long forgotten' or the Porta dell'Arco in Volterra, 'with that peculiar weighty richness of ancient things', where 'three dark heads, now worn featureless, reach out curiously and inquiringly
, one from the keystone of the arch, one from each of the arch-bases, to gaze from the city out into the steep hollow of the world beyond' (Fig.
Now I hope you got a fairly good idea of the items of balanced food." He looked at me inquiringly