I also find it kind of hard to believe that the conference and convention industry listens that attentively to the president.
Her tone struck him; and he watched her attentively, out of the comer of his eyes.
Not a sound could be heard in the church, so attentively did all listen to the priest.
Paul, with a very pale face, was seated on the bed, while Hortebise was attentively examining his bare shoulder.
For a few moments they attentively regarded each other, no movement being made on either side.
A large audience listened most attentively to my morning address.
Half rising from his seat, he attentively scrutinized the man on the box.
It lay open, and he had evidently been reading it attentively.
He looked at her attentively, his handsome face aglow with animation.
She wore a dress in which Milvain had not yet seen her, and it had the effect of making him regard her attentively.
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.