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Synonyms for delve

Synonyms for delve

to go into or through for the purpose of making discoveries or acquiring information

to break, turn over, or remove (earth or sand, for example) with or as if with a tool

Synonyms for delve

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The change of pace provided by these two deconstructive delvers is one of the great surprises--and great moments--of the play.
Wholly distilled from top grade, freshly cultivated berries, the product delvers a well-rounded, authentic and ripe blueberry flavour with a floral top note and a creamy, fruity finish to many food and drink systems.
LIKE many hewers and delvers in the world of comedy, Alan Bennett's character appears to be one of cosiness and comfort.
Music fans who go to see acts we've had in the past, such as David Mancuso or Giles Peterson, will go on to check out soul legends and jazz legends like Herbie Hancock because they know Triptych delvers quality consistently and it's always a good night out.
And one he shares with his readers by making himself the stranger and us the delvers.
The Intransa IP SAN delvers all the functionality and benefits of networked storage at a fraction of the price of other technologies.
Part of a network of centres operated by a co-operation agreement between Carillion Rail and SPL Powerlines, the Coatbridge facility delvers a three-stage programme, which enables trainees to earn the skills and qualifications to work on railway electrification projects on the UK rail network.