Thesaurus / pore over

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A man ought to come over and study your deservings or your undeservings and pore over the problem of the future of Europe.

The Great Prince ShanE. Phillips Oppenheim

His leading counsel looked anxious, and Rereworth lent his forehead on his hands, and seemed to pore over his brief.

Trevethlan: (Vol 2 of 3)William Davy Watson

I ponder Religion and Urn Burial and pore over the lurid histories of notable comets.

The Passionate ElopementCompton Mackenzie

They still treat crime in the old way, study its statistics and pore over its causes and the theories of how it can be prevented.

The Silent BulletArthur B. Reeve

Many a night would she pore over the Latin Grammar, that she might be even one stage before me in the morning.

That Boy Of Norcott'sCharles James Lever

The three older girls looked at each other; Amy Gregg continued to pore over her book.

Well, you may; you can take your books to the library, and have a long evening to pore over them.

The only useful way really to read a book like that is to pore over every sentence: it is no book to be skimmed.

He loved to pore over his father's tracings and maps of the old workings.

Derrick SterlingKirk Monroe

Here she came day after day, when her work was done, to pore over the musty old volumes of tales forgotten long ago.

The Little Colonel's House PartyAnnie Fellows Johnston
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