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1 She was a studious child, happiest when reading.
2 She is quiet and studious, in marked contrast to her sister.
3 He always pays studious attention to detail.
4 I was a very quiet, studious little girl.
5 He is of a studious bent.
6 The gold-rimmed spectacles gave her a studious air.
7 Bill was the studious, bookish type.
8 Angus's round glasses made him look studious.
9 Warren's studious attention to detail has made him successful.
10 No studious Unitarian cushioned in a Boston study had a chance of winning the West against such a spirit.
11 There was a more studious side to our visit,(www.Sentencedict.com) too.
12 He was more studious, more dedicated to doing good and doing more and leading.
13 Salomon was a studious boy, with no friends, who kept himself to himself.
14 By contrast, Simpson said he himself was a studious and conscientious straight-arrow.
15 She was studious, read much, and liked to talk about the cosmos.
16 He was studious to help his students.
17 He is always studious of his business.
18 That shopgirl is studious to please the customers.
19 The study was furnished with studious simplicity.
20 Losses make the speculator studious -- not profits.
21 How studious you are, Miss Su!
22 Tom was studious of watching the game with Nacy.
23 Jones was very quiet, a studious boy.
24 If his studious, it will not pass the examination.
25 He was a studious gentle lad.
26 In the circumstances I should have been the good daughter, studious and uninterested in boyfriends.
27 Francis didn't bother with clothes or make-up. She was an extremely serious and studious young girl.
28 When I was in the tenth grade, a very quiet and studious boy invited me to a dance.
29 Years of committee work and hours spent on panels in Whitehall have given him a studious and sombre air.
30 He stayed for a year and grew deeply interested in Linder's studious attitude towards feminist principles.
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