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to make a thorough search of

Synonyms for rummage

a jumble of things to be given away

a thorough search for something (often causing disorder or confusion)

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search haphazardly

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To decrease rummaging in other residents' belongings;
Salvage man Willie Fulgear found the missing Oscars late on Sunday while rummaging through the bin.
Rummaging through rubbish bins, crystallographers are taking a fresh look at crystal structure -- dusting off old photographs, retrieving discarded data, remeasuring key paramters.
The opportunities are the real deal and it is easy to extract just the information that is needed so that you don't waste your time rummaging through endless jobs that aren't even close to what you are looking for.
Rummaging has six Dundalk wins to his name, but the latest of those was in March 2014 and his recent visits to his once-favourite hunting ground have been tales of woe.
Security sources said that Israeli forces arrested Ammar Ghaleb Sawafteh, 22, Adham Aref Daraghmeh, 21, after raiding their family houses and rummaging with the contents.
and what could be more fun than rummaging on the foreshore for your lunch
What on earth were they 'rummaging' for, and why would they be rummaging for it?
So I kind of got thrown by this and started rummaging in my bag looking for my cigarettes, and then I realized we were in New York and I couldn't smoke indoors, so I was just fake rummaging.
Of course, their main agenda is rummaging around in psychological closets whose doors probably should have been kept locked tight.
on April 27, David Moore arrived at his home in Shreveport, Louisiana, to find a burglar rummaging through his belongings.
Whether they be signing a cheque, rummaging for change or asking to exchange a bag of long-stem broccoli, because it looks a bit off.
She had been rummaging for food in a clothes peg box but emerged with the plastic ball - used in washing machines - stuck on her head.
So, after rummaging about a bit, I think I've extracted a few plums from the long-term care industry's pie.
Between shows he plugs back into the street and alternative rock culture that originally inspired him, documenting his seemingly endless road trips across America with his friends - lounging in roadside motel rooms, getting tattooed at Lollapalooza, rummaging, half-dressed, through the chaos of the morning after.