paying attention; noticing, watching, listening, or attending closely (adjective) ध्यान देना; ध्यान से देखना, देखना, सुनना, या बारीकी से भाग लेना
Examples of word attentive
His gaze was level, open, his expression attentive and intelligent.
Pressures on ratings and earnings will likely continue over the next few months suggesting that investors must remain attentive to specific credit concerns.
He blinked and tried to keep his expression attentive and humble.
There is a certain attentive tenderness, difficult to be described, which the manly of our sex feel, and which is peculiarly pleasing to woman: 'tis also a very delightful sensation to ourselves, as well as productive of the happiest consequences: regarding them as creatures placed by Providence under our protection, and depending on us for their happiness, is the strongest possible tie of affection to a well-turned mind.
I agree that we all must of course remain attentive.
If you look at the left side of his face his expression is attentive and focused on the conversation.
What are these modern upper-class Mexicans seeking, I thought (along with spiritual connection, of course), in embracing these indigenous traditions (which are not theirs) but "flow": some activity that engrosses them, makes life meaningful, and asks them to be "attentive" -- as apparently nothing else had fit the bill?
The 6 percent Miller identifies as attentive to space represents nearly 11 million adult citizens, and the interested public forms a pool of nearly 30 million citizens.