meaningly


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meaningly

(ˈmiːnɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a manner conveying meaning or significance
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Da Souza rubbed his hands and nodded meaningly. The girl, who, between the two, was miserable enough, sat down with a little sob.
After that he was silent as he looked me meaningly in the face.
At public dinners when the health of the author of Waverley was drunk, people would look meaningly at Scott, but he would appear quite unconcerned, and drink the health and cheer with the rest.
"I have said yesterday all I had to say to him," I added meaningly. "I have said it to them both, in fact.
"But I love my life--though I am only a lesser noble," he concluded meaningly.
Fentolin meaningly. The man on the bed shrank back, his eyes lit with horror.