noun as in asking; looking into
Testimony from Binam and other detainees at Irwin will likely be critical to those inquiries.
Democrats cast the probe as a politically driven inquiry to try to damage the party’s presidential nominee.
The governor’s office did not immediately respond to ProPublica’s questions about the inquiry.
Responding to an inquiry from Fortune, the Korean electronics company said it’s waiting for the results of ongoing tests before discussing the topic.
It’s possible, as Barrios’ campaign insisted, that prosecutors have dropped their inquiry since then.
On a recent afternoon, the head of the Social Inquiry Foundation, Maria Gaidar, received two elderly ladies in her Moscow office.
She had a simple answer to my inquiry about the calls that were never returned—from her or anyone else in the detective bureau.
During the Leveson Inquiry, Dance claims to have received a call from the local police.
Timeline: Is the story still spreading at the time of the inquiry?
The grand jury inquiry affords opportunity to test accuracy of witness accounts.
And yet, the acknowledged state of things here is a grave fact which challenges inquiry and demands explanation.
At the station the head porter received their inquiry for a Bradshaw with a dull stare and a shake of the head.
In the case of the Midland—they appointed a committee of inquiry, and the directors assented to the appointment.
It is to be presumed that thereafter Jacob's first inquiry must have been, "Oh now, where did you get such and such goods?"
Even the policeman who is paid to direct you, replies to your inquiry with the shortest and gruffest monosyllable that will do.
On this page you'll find 83 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inquiry, such as: analysis, audit, examination, hearing, inspection, and interrogation.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.