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intently

[ in-tent-lee ]
/ ɪnˈtɛnt li /
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adverb
in a firmly or steadfastly fixed or directed way, as with the eyes, ears, or mind: She sat there rapt, leaning on her elbows on the table, listening intently to us.
in a fully engaged or determined way that shows strength of purpose: I know that many others have been working on their versions of the project far more intently—and coherently—than I.
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