Messud never made that judgment, and the tragedy rhymes with the struggles of the chattering class in an attentive, fresh way.
By 1981, Zia ul-Haq found an attentive ear in President Ronald Reagan.
She gave jewelry away, gifts, and was one of the most attentive, caring friends.
As attentive readers know, Middle-earth was never meant to be another world, but our own in an earlier era.
I was only ever able to drop Finn anywhere, as Larson and Pierson required my attentive response to each and every new discovery.
Ricardo waited, attentive, yet not without a certain contempt.
That he should be attentive is natural, that he should be affected is repellent to my notions.
I need not tell you how attentive the Romans and Greeks, particularly the Athenians, were to this object.
It was very ungrateful of her, for he had gone out of his way to be polite and attentive to her.
Alfred was attentive to her, of course, but not foolishly attentive, this afternoon.
late 14c. (implied in attentively), from Old French attentif, from Vulgar Latin *attenditus, from Latin attentus "heedful, observant" (see attend). Sense of "actively ministering to the needs and wants" (of another person) is from early 16c. Related: Attentively.