The speaker tittered as Ramsey inquiringly extended her arms out forward and crossed her wrists.
They perked their heads and looked at him inquiringly when it was gone.
Seeing the high indifference of this small, bristling stranger, the ram stepped up and was just about to sniff at him inquiringly.
He put his free hand to one of his own eyes, fingering it inquiringly.
A tall youth emerged from the dusk and looked at them inquiringly.
He looked at me so inquiringly, so inquisitively, that I went on.
She looked at him gravely and inquiringly, as if in search of help.
"Good evening," he said, looking at her pleasantly but inquiringly.
"Go on off—I don't want nothing of yuh," he admonished the horse, which turned and looked at him inquiringly.
The doctor thought he had guessed them, and inquiringly repeated: "Mary, are you afraid?"