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If your friend is pushy enough to inquire, thank her for providing the list — and leave it at that.

On two occasions, neighbors have approached George when he is outside our house and inquired as to his availability to do jobs for them.

For example, if someone says, “I want this cop to go to prison,” we need to inquire after that.

From Vox

Because of our friendship and several high-level conversations over the years, Ryan recently approached our organization to inquire about the possibility of purchasing the Utah Jazz and some of our other sports and entertainment properties.

Also, inquire about what you can do to extend your miles’ expiration date.

From Fortune

Peter inquires, apparently inquiring if the cop is a good shot.

The Air Force did not respond to inquires about the incident.

In the meantime, Stockman's spokesman again didn't respond to inquires from The Daily Beast.

The magazine received over 200 serious inquires about the school.

The animated actress bops to Frank Ocean and Rihanna, acting remarkably coy when Talley inquires into her Oscars dress.

The Irish Peasantry are idle, the English say truly enough; but who inquires whether there is any work within their reach?

He anxiously inquires of the first person he meets—probably a negro—if the woods are on fire.

How, he inquires, can we seize the thread of the progress of the human mind?

A bystander inquires what has become of the nose of the bust?

She hastens to Pohjola and inquires of Louhi what has become of him (1-100).


On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inquires, such as: investigate, inspect, examine, interrogate, prospect, and grill.

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