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Wistly, attentively, observingly, with scrutiny: “what a sight it was, w. to view how she came stealing to the wayward boy,” Ven. 343. “she thought he blushed as knowing Tarquin's lust, and blushing with him w. on him gazed,” Lucr. 1355. “the sun looked on the world with glorious eye, yet not so w. as this queen on him,” Pilgr. 82. “speaking it he w. looked on me, as who should say 'I would thou wert the man',” R2 V, 4, 7 (Q1. 2 wishtly).