rummage[ ruhm-ij ]SEE DEFINITION OF rummage
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RUMMAGE
I want to rummage over my thoughts and see whether some of them are to be abandoned or not.'
After the action we went to rummage a sort of camp, which they had left behind them.
So I had to rummage through the refrigerator and use my own judgment.
She had to rummage her memory awhile to discover just what it was.
Did I ever walk into your house to pry and rummage, and tell you that your things were no use?
You begin now and rummage the barn, and I'll wait here for you.
She longed, she said, to go over the garrets and rummage her old nursery.
To rummage means in the Elizabethan navigators to stow goods in a hold.
I vote we rummage up all the old charms we can, and try them.
So I began to rummage through all the drawers and boxes for fuse.