Definition of Indagation

1. n. Search; inquiry; investigation.



Definition of Indagation

1. Noun. (obsolete) Investigation, inquiry. ¹

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Definition of Indagation

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Indagation

incyclotropia
incyst
incysted
incysting
incysts
ind
ind status
indaba
indabas
indacene
indacenes
indagate
indagated
indagates
indagating
indagation (current term)
indagations
indagative
indagator
indagators
indagatrices
indagatrix
indalpine
indamage
indamaged
indamages
indamaging
indamin
indamine
indamines

Literary usage of Indagation

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1. T̀ime-honoured Lancaster' ...: Historic Notes on the Ancient Borough of by RGK. Rigbye (1891)
"But more critical indagation leads us to what may probably be the root- source of both ... indagation ..."

2. Minor surgical gynecology by Paul Fortunatus Mundé (1885)
"... may interfere entirely or temporarily with indagation. Or a in of the levator ani muscle, or excessive rugosity of the vagina, t the finger after it has ..."

3. A Treatise of the Administration of Assets in Equity by Holker Meggison (1832)
"SINCE, in the indagation of legal truths, and equitable also, so large an use is made of AUTHORITY; and, to the successful ..."

4. A Text-book of practical gynecology: For Practitioners and Students by David Tod Gilliam, Earl M. Gilliam (1916)
"Rectal indagation.—In virgins with intact hymen, and under some other conditions, it is desirable to conduct the digital examination by the rectum. (Fig. 2. ..."

5. The Autobiography of John Britton by John Britton, T. E. Jones (1850)
"... when His Majesty commanded him to write an account of those objects. 'indagation: search, inquiry, examination."—Bayle, in Johnson's Dictionary. ..."

6. Essentials of Obstetrics Arranged in the Form of Questions and Answers by William Easterly Ashton, John A. McGlinn (1916)
"(d) indagation.—The examining finger feels a fluctuating tumor, which becomes ... (b) indagation.—The examining finger coming in contact with the occipital ..."

7. A Treasury of the English & German Languages by Joseph Cauvin (1870)
"indagation, f. Indebted, adj. I (in debt), a (of persons), schuldig; b (of estates, &c.), verschuldet; 3 (obliged), verbunden. I am much — to you, ..."

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