investigate[ in-ves-ti-geyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF investigate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INVESTIGATE
He gave a twitch of his fingers upon the reins, and turned from the trail to investigate.
He resolved to investigate the subject some time when he had leisure.
In the meanwhile, I am going to investigate that old ark myself.
And while they are away, I'll investigate the Oak Parlour myself.
It is this phase of primitive society that we have to investigate.
It was to investigate this condition that Hanley was sending me.
"Mr. Dival and I will investigate the ship, with two of you men," I directed.
He did not, however, want to put Dr. Butler aside, so I undertook to investigate.
So he had just said to the authorities: "Investigate the matter; I know nothing about it."
While you investigate in London, Paris shall be my field of operations.