He looked at her and hastily turned away, scrutinizing other faces.
"Excuse me," he added, taking an opera glass out of her hand, and proceeding to scrutinize, over her bare shoulder, the row of boxes facing them.
On returning home, he carefully scrutinized the hat stand, and noticing that there was not a military overcoat there, he went, as usual, to his own room.
"Four days," Vronsky answered, once more scrutinizing his friend’s face intently.
Scrutinizing the note, the porter’s assistant stopped her at the second glass door.
But when she had scrutinized her, seeing her closer, she was at once reconciled to her riding.
Dolly scrutinized that simple gown attentively.
The couple seated themselves on the opposite side, and intently but surreptitiously scrutinized her clothes.
"Yes, isn’t it extraordinarily fine?" said Stepan Arkadyevitch, noticing that Levin was scrutinizing the picture.
Darya Alexandrovna watched this luxury which was novel to her, and as a good housekeeper used to managing a household—although she never dreamed of adapting anything she saw to her own household, as it was all in a style of luxury far above her own manner of living—she could not help scrutinizing every detail, and wondering how and by whom it was all done.
I expected to see you there," said Vronsky, scrutinizing Serpuhovskoy.
I am going to see her now," he said in French, carefully scrutinizing Golenishtchev’s face.
There are no more uses of "scrutiny" in the book.
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She scrutinized her reflection in the mirror.
The senator asked the agency to scrutinize the proposed legislation and report back to her with their findings.