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
References in classic literature ?
Her face was white and set; her large eyes, larger than usual what of the purpose in them, looked penetratingly into mine.
Jav gazed at them penetratingly for an instant, then, with a wave of his hand, cried: "Look
He was smiling to himself as he looked up into her virginal face, so innocent, so penetratingly innocent, that its purity seemed always to enter into him, driving out of him all dross and bathing him in some ethereal effulgence that was as cool and soft and velvety as starshine.
Gene Sharp, a scholar and onetime conscientious objector who wrote penetratingly about civil disobedience, was often called "the Machiavelli of nonviolence" and who became an influential backstage figure in international peace movements from Serbia to Egypt, died Jan.
The deep state in Pakistan is as penetratingly effective as it is in Russia and China and carries an equal clout.
As that great scholar of the original Soviet Union, Leonard Shapiro, put it, writing penetratingly of Stalin's view, "The true object of propaganda is neither to convince nor even to persuade, but to produce a uniform pattern of public utterance in which the first trace of unorthodox thought reveals itself as a jarring dissonance.
My mother also insists that I explain that she is a widow for, as she so penetratingly observed, you never know what people might think.
Gerald in his with an Aye-"My mother also insists that I explain that she is a widow for, as she so penetratingly observed, you never know what people might think.
Furthermore, these newly arisen discourses have penetratingly criticizing Structuralism, Marxism and Phenomenology and other critical patterns for participating too resolutely in the grounds and methods of modern rationality and conventional social theory.
Impressive in scope, the essays vary from the pleasantly anecdotal to the penetratingly philosophical.
Sometimes her style is a bit too florid for my taste, but that will not be true for every reader, and her ability to describe children and the emotions surrounding the having of them--or not--is penetratingly acute and moving.
A woman waits for her turn: "Never had she thought the human back could be so expressive and transmit states of mind so penetratingly.