[ verb ] look for a specific person or thing
Used in print(Chicago Daily Tribune,...)
It was of the hunter-killer type , designed to seek_out ships and other submarines with its most advance gear and destroy them with torpedoes .("Sports"...)
`` When you came_up to the majors , did you seek_out Williams for advice '' ?(Lt. Col. D.F. Martin, "Will Aircraft or Missiles Win Wa...)
We would have the means to seek_out and destroy the enemy 's force - whether it were fixed or mobile .(Rhode Island Legislative Council. Research Report...)
This is being done both by the revaluation of real_property and by seeking_out forms of personal_property hitherto neglected or ignored .(David Alexander, Bloodstain....)
Now Acey and his friends were returning to seek him out .