One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘I fidgeted as some passers-by glanced at me nosily.’
- ‘I saw the neighbor lady, Edith; nosily glance out her window to see what was happening.’
- ‘She flashed it at the conductor briefly, and then stopped as she noticed a slip of paper sticking out of the back - she unfolded it, and I peered nosily to the right to catch a glimpse.’
- ‘She peeked nosily out the window first, to make sure it was the escort and not someone else, and then threw the door open.’
- ‘‘Lacey Green’, I smiled nicely and peered inside their apartment nosily.’
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