If you give someone a quizzical look or smile, you look at them in a way that shows that you are surprised or amused by their behaviour.
①He gave Robin a mildly quizzical glance.
②They looked quizzically at the doctor.
③" And if we do get expelled? " Hermione asked, a quizzical look on her face.
《经济学人》一篇关于英语表达的文章 At a lost for words 也出现了这个表达：
[scode type="blue"]pore over/through
to examine or read something very carefully and in a lot of detail.
①Before signing a contract you should pore over every clause in case you are fooled.
②Meanwhile, pundits pore over the transfer-market winners and losers, much as they would a weekend's fixtures.
Romain Gary的小说 Promise at dawn 也出现了这个表达：
还有一个比较常见的短语：every pore 极度；非常 【You can say that someone has a certain quality or emotion coming from every pore to emphasize the strength of that quality or emotion.】
①She oozes sexuality from every pore .
②Waves of misery penetrated every pore .