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Loch Ness Monster

TermDefinition
search To look carefully or thoroughly for something. A search is an attempt to find something.
examine To study something closely and carefully, usually in order to make a judgement about it. Also question closely or test.
scrutinize To examine in detail, especially in a critical way. It's to look long and hard at something, making sure you don't miss a thing.
study Using the mind to learn something. To think deeply about it in order to gain knowledge about it.
investigate To look into something systematically. To learn the facs (how it happened, who did it, etc.)
explore To travel in or through for the purpose of discovery or adventure. To investigate, study, or analyze and making discoveries along the way.
probe A long, thin instrument used to examine parts of the body or information-gathering devices.
Created by: justinecarter