Which adverb should be used when not seeing anyone completely? That adverb should not necessarily have to do with the situation when any Indian bride hides her face by a veil, so that no body can see her face completely.
In fact, I am asking an adverb when a man doesn't see anyone completely, such as when shying before a woman or when in hurry, even when that man or woman (having or without a veil) is in front of him.
He _____ looked at her because of being in hurry or other reason.
I have the word "partially", about which I am not sure that this the perfect adverb, and as we always use this word for other sense, like "the door was partially closed".
He partially looked at her because of being in hurry or other reason.