Thesaurus / probe
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The probe was introduced the second time and the ball was supposed to be distinctly felt.

Lincoln's Last HoursCharles A. Leale

Was this the deeper harder secret that Elsa sought to probe, this the puzzle to which she asked an answer?

The King's MirrorAnthony Hope

The probe lights glowed from the walls and ceiling, efficiently X-raying his bag and his clothing for any prohibited imports.

The Cartels JungleIrving E. Cox, Jr.

We are therefore forced to pause awhile, and probe beneath the surface.

To rest a little from clap-trap, and probe the wild promise of gain.

Passage of the probe to still greater depths give deflections which decline to zero.

He saw the change without understanding it and wondered a little, without troubling to probe.

The RhodesianGertrude Page

Yet when we probe the matter to the bottom, there we find the root of all evil—Russian policy and imperial ambition.

HerzegovinaGeorge Arbuthnot

The very fact that one stops to probe into that hidden land of thought shows that he is keeping tab on himself with a sharp eye.

Laugh and LiveDouglas Fairbanks

After 12 hours the furnace is allowed to cool, provided the probe wires show that the sublimation is over.

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