refer[ ri-fur ]SEE DEFINITION OF refer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REFER
To Alec Haskell I shall in this discourse again have occasion to refer.
I refer, of course, to man's mastery over the latent forces of Nature.
Cyrus worries so about it (of course we know what you refer to).
At the end of it, he asked, "Did you--you must excuse me--refer to me at all?"
Those who desire information of the most undoubted, must refer to his pages.
We shall have to refer it right and left; and when we refer it anywhere, then you'll have to look it up.
I refer to the Domesday Book, or survey of the country which William caused to be made.
And, on our supposition, to which I will refer presently, this is perfectly correct.
My brother writes to John Caird, and to him I must refer you for the news of our family.
Do you refer to that speech by the Prime Minister of Austria a week or two ago?