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Word: delve

Definition: dig; search deeply; investigate


Sentences Containing 'delve'

"Once you delve into the app, its power becomes apparent, as does it ability to help you manage your time, but with its bland design, Grindstone can feel about as appealing as work."
"You shall delve in the darkness of the endless maze," "The dead, the traitor and the lost one raise."
Along with head coach Damien Hill, Rebels players James O'Connor, Gareth Delve, Cooper Vuna, Ged Robinson, Nick Phipps, Nic Henderson, James King, Tim Davidson and Richard Kingi, Muggleton left the Rebels at the end of the season.
Arneson adjusted his Braunsteins to allow players to play themselves in the Barony of Blackmoor, where they would escort caravans, fight agains the forces of evil, and delve into the sewers beneath Castle Blackmoor - which originated in a plastic kit that Arneson had of a Sicilian castle.
Exhibits in the Huck Finn House delve into Hannibal's history with slavery.
His last game as the defence coach of the Rebels was a home game against New Zealand franchise the Highlanders, a match that also turned out to be the last Rebels match for head coach Damien Hill and players James O'Connor, Gareth Delve, Cooper Vuna, Ged Robinson, Nick Phipps and Nic Henderson.
However, in Soga, the individual being greeted is free to actually delve into the fine details.
I wanted to explore it, to delve into that universal emotion the Greeks used to call 'the madness of the gods' because of its effects, very similar to the effects of inebriation and drugs."
She has been hired by Royce Fowler, who wants her to delve into the past to exonerate his son of the murder of Jean Timberlake, seventeen years before.
The impression is of a man seeking to delve into cultural conflicts in Africa, which takes a fictional turn in the Debba storyline.
When an online user accesses more and more pages of the website, he or she may delve deeper into the content of the site.
Will wrote that the nomination process does "not delve deeply into the nominee's jurisprudential thinking."

More Vocab Words

::: transpose - reverse the order or position of
::: bate - let down; lessen the force of; moderate; restrain; Ex. with bated breath; CF. abate
::: indigent - poor; destitute
::: synthesis - combining parts or separate things into a whole; the whole so formed; PL. syntheses; V. synthesize
::: nonsense - speech or writing with no meaning; foolish behavior or language; Ex. make (a) nonsense of: spoil; cause to fail
::: natty - neatly or smartly dressed; dapper; smart; Ex. natty dresser
::: serrated - having a sawtoothed edge; Ex. serrated leaf
::: frenzied - madly excited; N. frenzy: violent wild excitement
::: corrugated - wrinkled; ridged
::: provisional - tentative; temporary