Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for enquiry

References in classic literature ?
Hence has arisen the prejudice against me; and this is the reason of it, as you will find out either in this or in any future enquiry.
Anne did not receive the perfect conviction which the Admiral meant to convey, but it would have been useless to press the enquiry farther.
I know that young men in general do not admit of any enquiry even from their nearest relations into affairs of the heart, but I hope, my dear Reginald, that you will be superior to such as allow nothing for a father's anxiety, and think themselves privileged to refuse him their confidence and slight his advice.
I was vexed, for I felt that I had been made a fool of, and I nearly turned away without making an enquiry.
I propose that we should all sign a Round Robin, go to Rodriguez in a body, and insist upon a full enquiry.
The look of enquiry, half impatient, half interrogative, faded slowly from her face.