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Synonyms for inquire

ask

Synonyms

inquire into something

Synonyms for inquire

to put a question to (someone)

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

Synonyms for inquire

have a wish or desire to know something

conduct an inquiry or investigation of

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Just my luck," grumbled the inquirer, jerking his flies off the water, and throwing again with a heavy, sullen splash, and frightening Tom's fish.
I am, of course, a mere student," said I, with a fatuous smile, "hardly more, I might say, than an earnest inquirer.
replied the man, holding the door in his hand, and honouring the inquirer with a stare and a broad grin, 'Lord, no.
To all Inquirers past and present, you have kept us strong.
I remember walking with many of you from the office to Ayala and we were met by tens of thousands of supporters of press freedom,' Romualdez said, recalling the protests triggered by the ad boycott initiated against the Inquirer by then President Joseph Estrada.
Romualdez, who has been at the helm of the INQUIRER for over two decades, paid tribute to the employees' contributions in turning the once Marcos-era 'mosquito newspaper' into one of the most successful and respected media companies not only in the Philippines, but in the Asian region.
Dream of a better Philippines and keep the role of Inquirer firmly behind that.
In July, INQUIRER board chair Marixi Rufino-Prieto announced that the Prieto family had decided to give up its ownership of the Inquirer Group of Companies and sell it to business tycoon Ramon S.
A five-man team composed of seasoned, multiawarded sportswriters and photojournalist will be dispatched from Manila to link up with the Inquirers US-based network, effectively giving the Inquirer a coverage unit with at least 12 members.
The Inquirers social media account for an additional audience of 2.
Thats what the Philippine Daily Inquirer and Inquirer.
Inquirer news editor Jun Engracia will head the team from Manila.
The Inquirer US team will be led by correspondent Nimfa Rueda and veteran Hollywood writer Ruben Nepales.