• You are a old man, she purred appreciatively, rubbing up and down against his leg.

    NEWYORKER: Magda Mandela

  • In their sharp-sightedness, if not much else, here were two men who could clasp each other appreciatively by the hand.

    ECONOMIST: George MacDonald Fraser

  • Politicians will not appreciate how one of their own is pictured, but most readers will bob their heads appreciatively at the portrait.

    FORBES: Fact and Comment

  • Anyone who wants to look clever at a cocktail party can simply make a disparaging remark about American schools and everyone will giggle and nod appreciatively.

    FORBES: Why US education deserves our praise (and funding)

  • Although he has written appreciatively of some modern artists—Picasso, Klee and more recently even Antony Gormley—he has been critical, too, of certain conceits underlying the vogue for abstract art, particularly the belief that it is somehow necessitated by the spirit of the age.

    ECONOMIST: Look and learn

  • Cyclists wave to them appreciatively.

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