It occurred to me that once or twice I had seen her eyes fixed on Hungerford inquisitively, and not free from antipathy.
The Professor—I had guessed his identity—joined us, glancing at me inquisitively.
They had not been long at the manor-house and looked about them inquisitively, for everything was new to them.
I then gazed at her so inquisitively that she understood instinctively.
Nina Curzon watches him inquisitively as he is led up and presented to Madame Sabaroff.
Mr. Burns sighed, glanced at me inquisitively, as much as to say, "Aren't you going yet?"
She looked at me inquisitively over the lace edge of her fan.
He looked at me so inquiringly, so inquisitively, that I went on.
They had reached the cabin where they were to sleep and were hailed drowsily but inquisitively by Adams.
"You didn't say any thing about it, so I don't see how you could," said Demi, inquisitively.
late 14c., from Old French inquisitif, from Late Latin inquisitivus "making inquiry," from Latin inquisit-, past participle stem of inquirere (see inquire).
An housbonde shal nat been Inquisityf of goddes pryuetee nor of his wyf. [Chaucer, "Miller's Prologue"]Related: Inquisitively; inquisitiveness.