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- v. Present participle of inquire.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Given to inquiry; disposed to investigate causes; curious.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Given to inquiry or investigation; searching; inquisitive: as, an inquiring mind or look. Also enquiring.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a request for information
- adj. given to inquiry
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We know the first names and middle initials (and in many cases the full middle names) of all of OUR men ... and the man about whom you are inquiring is definitely
Down the centuries, Westerners enjoyed the sheer pleasure that they found in inquiring, gaining insights, and making well-founded judgments.
Dottie Larkin, manager of the rink, says there are frequently calls inquiring about Kerrigan's appearances.
The group's executive director declined to respond to e-mails and phone calls inquiring about the governor's activities.
I mean, we have lots of phone calls inquiring about what's happening in Burma, the media organization, NGO humor activists.
You would, naturally, be perfectly justified in inquiring after my credentials in offering these remarks.
All either declined our invitation or they chose simply not to the return our phone calls inquiring about this story.
When my uncle was taking us back from the services in Nyack see my postings from 3/14 and 3/15, he mentioned that my mother had been inquiring as to the Yiddish word for "fish."
We next went to the east of Tientsin where we found quite a number of orchards and trees claimed to be from 150 to 200 years of age, although we found, after travelling a short time and inquiring from the Chinese farmers, that the figures they gave to us were probably inaccurate.
They were engaged for the most part in inquiring about her matrimonial prospects, and why she had carried that dog-whip.