All of these tricks forced a furrowing of the brow, a quizzical expression, and the use of a little brain power to digest it all.
Or perhaps name it after Pooh himself, with his quizzical faith in human (animal) nature?
Charles raised a quizzical eyebrow and it fell to his son to tell him, "Pa, you should be pleased!"
She gave me a quizzical look,” recounts the president, “her slate-grey eyes widening as she tilted her head gently forward.
Pat turned to the boys, and they could see a quizzical gleam in his blue eyes.
But Rat was quizzical about the whole enterprise when Alan returned to his room to get him.
Clodagh, to her own annoyance, coloured; and Barnard smiled in his observant, quizzical fashion.
The tinker turned a quizzical eye on the four inquiring faces.
Presently the Major looked up and gave them both a quizzical smile.
Natasha's face, leaning out of the window, beamed with quizzical kindliness.