Crossword clues for delve
- Do research work
- Search deeply (into)
- Research deeply
- Investigate, with "into"
- Search into
- Investigate deeply (with ''into'')
- Inquire (into)
- Go deeply (into)
- Go deeper into matters
- Go deep into
- Do painstaking research
- Turn up — dig
- Seek laboriously
- Search, with "into"
- Plunge (into)
- Look deeply (into)
- Investigate in detail
- Investigate (with ''into'')
- Examine closely, with "into"
- Examine carefully, with "into"
- Dig, as for information
- Dig deeply with into
- Dig deep (into)
- Dig — rummage
- Dig — investigate
- Conduct an exhaustive probe
- ____ into (examine)
- ___ into (investigate)
- ___ into (do a probing investigation of)
- Look (into)
- Probe (into)
- Search (into)
- Look closely
- Dig (into)
- Dig deeply (into)
- Probe, with "into"
- Go (into)
- Probe deeply
- Do intensive research
- Search carefully
- Dig into files
- Search for data
- Search deeply (with "into")
- Look into deeply
- Dig for data
- Plunge into
- Research intensely
- Investigate intensely
- Make painstaking enquiries (into something)
- Some wood elves do a lot of digging
- Search for information
- Rummage deeply
- Investigate key vote, centre having fallen away
- Inquire deeply
- Explore deeply
- Seek to learn
- Investigate (with "into")
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English delfan "to dig" (class III strong verb; past tense dealf, past participle dolfen), common West Germanic verb (cognates: Old Saxon delban, Dutch delven, Middle High German telben "to dig"), from PIE root *dhelbh- (cognates: Lithuanian delba "crowbar," Russian dolbit', Czech dlabati, Polish dłubać "to chisel;" Russian dolotó, Czech dlato, Polish dłuto "chisel"). Weak inflections emerged 14c.-16c. Related: Delved; delving.
n. (context now rare English) A pit or den. vb. 1 (context intransitive English) To dig the ground, especially with a shovel. 2 (context ambitransitive English) To search thoroughly and carefully for information, research, dig into, penetrate, fathom, trace out 3 (context ambitransitive English) To dig, to excavate.
Delve is a municipality belonging to the Amt Kirchspielslandgemeinde ("collective municipality") Eider in the district Dithmarschen in Schleswig-Holstein, in northern Germany.
The municipality covers an area of . Of a total population of 734, 364 are male, 374 are female (Dec 31, 2004). The population density of the community is .
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Usage examples of "delve".
It becomes even more imperative, given our findings on behavioral differences, that we not only learn how to detect cases of child sexual abuse early but also delve further into behavioral outcomes, particularly in the noncriminal abused adults.
Have any of you gents ever thought to delve into the secret lives of unfortunates such as Bubblehead Burnside?
In response, Hyacinth delved into her carpetbag and fetched forth a green clothbound book, the housekeeping journal sort.
Of samurai origin, Soko earned a reputation as a brilliant scholar, delving into such varied subjects as Shinto, Buddhism, and Japanese poetry, as well as Confucianism, which he studied in Edo under Hayashi Razan.
Seer who spent well above the average amount of time at the sharp end of delving, actually with the Nasqueron Dwellers.
Real Delving, hands metaphorically dirty, became the norm, not the exception.
I always thought delving would be the death of me but I assumed it would be an equipment failure, not something like this.
Seers - half of them men, half of them women, all of them greyly deferential - and, bringing up the rear, the gangly, smiling form of Paggs Yurnvic, a Seer whom Fassin had helped teach but who, having spent less time subsequently in the slowness of actual delving than Fassin had, was now older in both adjusted time and appearance.
It was thought that I would be remote delving with you and your colleagues, from the Shared Facility on the Third Fury moon.
He was, in effect, delving, stopped right down to talk to something that made a deep, slow-timing Dweller look like a speed-freak.
Matter of fact, probably the last bit of R and R he got before delving into Nasq.
Deep Delving and sold as if he were a bolt of cloth, would not allow him to give up the idea.
Deep Delving and the Smoking Mountain, and I employ some eleven freemen in my own name, so I trust you will address me accordingly.
He was too ill to tell me their names, or how he came to be in Deep Delving, where I met him, but I promised to find them, and to tell them how he died.
Deep Delving, the vast fortune that had fallen into his possession, and his admission to the society of near-immortals, signs that his life had a purpose beyond mere survival.