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It seemed that this great searcher of human hearts must be able to read at a glance the inmost secrets of my own.
He was interrupted by an exclamation of delight from the searcher.
BOY SCOUTS IN THE NORTH SEAG. HARVEY RALPHSON
The Searcher of hearts knows that every pulsation of mine beats high and strong in the cause of civil liberty.
The searcher after knowledge having prayed to the gods, took up the slips three times, and interpreted according to the marks.
After arranging signals with the party at the mouth of the pit, the adventurous searcher allowed himself to be lowered.
The Indian who hunts after basket stuff or birch bark for a canoe hull is the most patient searcher.
Persons and subjects of the dialogue Kratylus — Sokrates has no formed opinion, but is only a Searcher with the others.
The merry vole is an exception, and in some of the woods the cautious searcher may find squirrels in active play.
I respected him greatly as an honest thinker, more anxious to commend himself to the Searcher of hearts than to his fellow-men.
And there's the searcher-beetle, with its pretty green or violet wing covers, who is always on the search for caterpillars.
LITTLE BUSYBODIESJEANETTE AUGUSTUS MARKS AND JULIA MOODY

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oligopolynoun | [ol-i-gop-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION