Studying [verb]

Definition of Studying:

contemplate, learn

Opposite/Antonyms of Studying:

Sentence/Example of Studying:

That seemed short enough—but after studying it, I says, What's the use of saying 'eat'?

He left her studying the card with a curious little flash of surprise.

After studying a moment, she said: "About twenty-three dollars."

He was studying her in a way that Mart did not in the least understand.

Meantime, "the boys" of the dreaded class were studying the new face.

She was studying her material; and it must be confessed that they startled her not a little.

She was asked to join a small class that was studying French at night.

Milly tells me you've never been in the city before; that you are studying at Barnard.

Since I've been studying him and watching him, I have come to the conclusion that he is much older than I am.

For a long time Linda sat with poised pencil, studying her foreground.