investigated

[ in-ves-ti-geyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF investigated

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He also investigated there the laws of electric signals in submarine cables.

I investigated the upper or lesser fall, which is close to the hotel.

But he has a confused notion of another method in which matters of this sort are to be investigated.

They were to be previously investigated by three of the principal magistrates.

Quite possible Seth, finding him absent, had investigated—and seen.

Now and again they called to Peer to stop, while they investigated some part of the machine.

All agreed that no doubt the whole affair would be investigated.

The freedom with which, during the ham-and-eggs episode, his eyes had investigated her, where was it?

Blachstein, under Ehrlich's direction, investigated a second case of this kind.

I investigated it, and ordered the return of the slave in my presence, which was obeyed.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1500, back-formation from investigation, or else from Latin investigatus, past participle of investigare "to trace out, search after" (see investigation). Related: Investigated; investigating.

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