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Another word for inquiry

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Noun
  1. A request for data

  2. A seeking of knowledge, data, or the truth about something

      1. Careful study of a given subject, field, or problem, undertaken to discover facts or principles.
      2. An act or period of such study:
      3. To engage in or perform research.
      1. A slender, flexible surgical instrument used to explore a wound or body cavity.
      2. An electrode or other device that can be placed inside something to take and convey measurements.
      3. A substance, such as DNA, that is radioactively labeled or otherwise marked and used to detect or identify another substance in a sample.
      1. The act or process of investigating:
      2. A careful examination or search in order to discover facts or gain information.
      1. The act of inquiring into a matter; an investigation.
      2. An inquest.
      3. A tribunal formerly held in the Roman Catholic Church and directed at the suppression of heresy.
      1. An investigation conducted by a coroner, sometimes with the aid of a jury, into the cause of death of a person when the cause may be criminal.
      2. A hearing conducted by a judge or magistrate to determine damages when a defendant has defaulted.
      3. A judicial inquiry into a specified matter, such as a person's mental condition.
    See also:

    investigate

Another word for inquiry

Noun
  1. An act or instance of questioning

    See also:

    question

  2. An investigation

      1. The sense by which sound is perceived; the capacity to hear.
      2. Range of audibility; earshot.
      3. An opportunity to be heard.
      1. The separation of an intellectual or material whole into its constituent parts for individual study.
      2. The study of such constituent parts and their interrelationships in making up a whole.
      3. A spoken or written presentation of such study:
      1. A slender, flexible surgical instrument used to explore a wound or body cavity.
      2. An electrode or other device that can be placed inside something to take and convey measurements.
      3. A substance, such as DNA, that is radioactively labeled or otherwise marked and used to detect or identify another substance in a sample.
    See also:

    examination