enquiry

[ en-kwahyuh r-ee, en-kwuh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF enquiry

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On enquiry, we learned these fellows had threatened to rob her shop.

We shall then find what are the proper subjects of science and enquiry.

What that principle is may well be worth the pains of enquiry.

Of the eligible men there Mr. Cecil Underwood seemed, on enquiry, to be the most eligible.

There was to be scholarship and company and curiosity and enquiry.

The superintendent was about to continue his enquiry when there was a knock at his office door.

This enquiry, however, requires a very exact definition of terms.

Say rather, 'I am sure;' conjecture is out of place in an enquiry of this nature.

He may select for enquiry some point of history or some unexplained phenomenon of nature.

And do I differ from you, he said, as to the importance of the enquiry?