[ in-kwahyuhr ]SEE DEFINITION OF inquires
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He inquires about Oswald's home visit and the health of his parents.

Excitedly curious, Paul inquires when and where Miss Randall moved.

Thereupon the mob bursts in and inquires what you are doing for the people.

Thereupon the mob bursts in and inquires, "What are you doing for the people?"

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

He goes to the trader and inquires, but he is too late, and he therefore returns to his hotel.

The Indian inquires of the white man what religion he professes.

Now are we prisoners whilst he inquires after your character.'

About him, too, she will know and so inquires of the phantom.

The lady of the house watches them as Michael inquires: "Whur next, mum?"