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noun as in inquest

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In 2021, Reuters plans to roll out a hybrid events model, which will delve further into region-based networking without losing the benefits of virtual that the Reuters team has discovered over the past eight months.

From Digiday

Watch below — then scroll to delve even deeper into people, places, and one-of-a-kind foods featured on the show.

From Eater

In this issue, we delve into the world of botanists trying to save the last plants of their kind from extinction.

The book delves into his story and personal history, but it largely serves as a warning.

From Fortune

Among the slew of changes to search Google announced Thursday, we wanted to delve deeper into the passage-based indexing announcement.

Delving deeper into this despair, photographs of “The Forgotten Ones” examine the lives of various groups of Latin American women.

Delving into why this slaughter never happened uncovers a story of spy-craft, subterfuge and tightly-kept secrets.

By the time they were finished, they were even delving into sports programs and old exam books.

Without delving into spoilers, what if a trait like vulnerability can also be a source of strength?

By delving into her own experience, Carucci was able to examine more deeply the universality of motherhood.

Its allegory, its learned literary allusions, its delving into obscure historic events, preclude any hope of popular success.

I hope I can pry Welborn loose from his digging and delving long enough to take me over that road again.

No thought here for the outer world, for poor Piers diking and delving in the fields.

But it is not possible to enjoy the least serenity with your habit of delving incessantly among the greatest mysteries.

He was delving for matches by this time, and seemed disappointed that none was to be found in his pockets.


On this page you'll find 181 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to delving, such as: inquisition, examination, hearing, inquiry, probe, and quest.

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