penetratingly


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pen·e·trat·ing

 (pĕn′ĭ-trā′tĭng)
adj.
1. Able or seeming to penetrate: The penetrating odor of garlic soon filled the entire apartment.
2. Keenly perceptive or understanding; acute: The lecture provided penetrating insight into foreign affairs.

pen′e·trat′ing·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.penetratingly - with ability to see into deeply; "the author treats his subject penetratingly"
Translations
بصورةٍ نافِذَه أو خارِقَه
pronikavě
gennemborendegennemtrængende
af skarpskyggni
delip geçerek

penetratingly

[ˈpenɪtreɪtɪŋlɪ] ADVde manera penetrante, con penetración

penetratingly

adv gazedurchdringend; comment, analyzescharfsinnig; shinegrell; a penetratingly accurate analysiseine messerscharfe Analyse; a penetratingly bright lightein grelles Licht

penetratingly

[ˈpɛnɪˌtreɪtɪŋlɪ] adv (look, scream) → in modo penetrante

penetrate

(ˈpenitreit) verb
to move, go or make a way into, past, or through (something). The bullet penetrated his shoulder; Their minds could not penetrate the mystery.
ˈpenetrating adjective
1. (of a voice, sound etc) loud and clear; easily heard. a penetrating voice.
2. (of a glance, stare etc) hard and searching, as if trying, or able, to see into a person's mind. a penetrating glance.
ˈpenetratingly adverb
ˌpeneˈtration noun
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Jav gazed at them penetratingly for an instant, then, with a wave of his hand, cried: "Look
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Her face was white and set; her large eyes, larger than usual what of the purpose in them, looked penetratingly into mine.
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Upon its seemingly plywood ground, paint marks, stamps and drawing elements read as a penetratingly deconstructed abstract painting by Miro, a tribute by a like-minded surrealist several generations removed.
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