Definition of Probed

1. Verb. (past of probe) ¹



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Definition of Probed

1. probe [v] - See also: probe

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Probed

probationally
probationary
probationary period
probationer
probationers
probationership
probationerships
probations
probationship
probationships
probative
probatory
probe
probe-and-drogue
probeable
probed (current term)
probelike
probenecid
probenecids
prober
probers
probertite
probes
probeset
probesets
probie
probies
probing
probingly
probings

Literary usage of Probed

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1. The Bookman (1905)
""But I am absolutely certain that with the exception of Mr. Joseph Conrad and Mr. Rudyard Kipling no one writing about the sea has ever probed so deeply and ..."

2. The Invasion of the Crimea: Its Origin and an Account of Its Progress Down by Alexander William Kinglake (1868)
"... there were few who so probed their own meaning as to know to what length they were willing to go in the perilous ex- penditure of time. ..."

3. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"... but no theory till that described in the last foregoing paragraph probed the natural principles upon which, unknowingly, masters have wrought, ..."

4. The Practitioner by Gale Group, ProQuest Information and Learning Company (1899)
"The frontal sinus was probed successfully in about 48 per cent. Puncture of the frontal sinus from the nasal cavity by the various advocated methods was ..."

5. A Biographical History of Lancaster County: Being a History of Early by Alexander Harris (1872)
"... the subject of our notice has also probed the depth of the human understanding; and to his comprehensive mind metaphysical difficulties retire, ..."

6. Commentaries on the Surgery of the War in Portugal, Spain, France, and the by George James Guthrie (1855)
"Simple injuries of the chest from sword or knife ; involving the lung: wound not to be probed ; to be closed by a continuous ..."

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