sleuth

[ slooth ]SEE DEFINITION OF sleuth

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SLEUTH

There was something very like the 194 sleuth in its attitude.

Never was there a sleuth with his heart in his business as mine will be.

All we've got to do now is to play the sleuth when he leaves the cabin.

There wa'n't any need to do the sleuth act after Marjorie got started.

"This," says the sleuth, haulin' out of his pocket a bulgy envelope.

One sleuth causes an uproar making a mess of the situations he has witnessed.

There are surprises for the reader—and for the "Sleuth," as well.

I might have known you for a sleuth hound who would guard every avenue.

Not likely, after you and your sleuth hounds had been over the ground!

They told him he wasn't the sleuth he thought he was, so he came back.

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