ensearch

verb en·search \ ə̇n , en+ \

Definition of ensearch

intransitive verb
archaic :to make search
transitive verb
1 archaic :to examine (as a place or document) attentively :search, scrutinize
2 obsolete :to search for :seek out

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Origin and Etymology of ensearch

Middle English enserchen, from Middle French encercher, from Old French encerchier, from en- 1en- + cerchier to search


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