enquiring

[ en-kwahyuh r ]SEE DEFINITION OF enquiring

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He told me that a suspicious character had been hanging about the hall, enquiring for me.

And yet this would hardly be matter to satisfy your enquiring mind.

He lighted a cigarette and looked at her with a faint, enquiring smile.

Were we not enquiring whether the second place belonged to pleasure or wisdom?

He got up, enquiring of his mother if she would swear to come up presently.

She only bowed to Charles, enquiring from me whether he was likewise a clerk.

There was no room for any doubt before that stern and enquiring gaze.

He remained with her about an hour, then after enquiring if he could be of any service to her, he took his leave.

About womenfolk we are neither so enquiring nor so particular.

I was enquiring if the Hudson was frozen up or not during the winter?