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inquisitive
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Anna Karenina
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  • She was the more aware of this from noticing in the inquisitive look Mihail Vassilievitch turned on her that he was, as it were, keeping watch on her.
  • "Why, what is important?" said Kitty, looking into her face with inquisitive wonder.
  • And there passed before his mind a whole series of these mettlesome, vigorous, selfconfident men, who always and everywhere drew his inquisitive attention in spite of himself.
  • They stood still on the bridge, staring inquisitively at the carriage.
  • The peasants had all got up from the cart and were inquisitively and mirthfully staring at the meeting of the friends, making their comments on it.
  • On the contrary, I have hopes," said Dolly, looking inquisitively at Anna.

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  • She is an inquisitive child who always asks questions.
  • police tend to be inquisitive

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