564 collocations for search

"I am going to search the house, and if I find him I am going to kill him.

Heavily his eyes searched Judge Hildreth's face for some sign of pity or relenting, but in vain.

These thoughts flashed through my brain, as I stood in the dark, searching my pockets for matches.

" "You say you didn't search these rooms?" "No, sir, I didn't come inside the door.

If you are not aware of this, the real meaning of a day of the Lord, a day of the Son of Man, let me entreat you to go and search the Scriptures for yourselves; for in them ye think ye have eternal life, and they are they which testify of the Lord, of that Eternal Son of whom the second Psalm speaks, in words which mobs and tyrants, the atheist and the superstitious, are alike willing to forget.

He was an eagle-faced savage, with the most grave and searching eyes.

"Don't you remember how you've said right along that you weren't afraid of ghosts?" "Well, I'm not," said Billie stoutly, while her eyes searched the far corners of the room which were beginning to get very indistinct and creepy in the flickering uncertain light of the fast shortening candles.

When the official had gone out again and we were alone, Mackenzie turned to me and asked "What induced you to search the wood?

In a little more than half a year a wondrous change was effected in the condition of the people, and if it had been possible to search the Oriental mind and to get a free and frank expression of opinion, one would probably have found a universal thankfulness for General Allenby's deliverance of the Holy City from the hands of the Turks.

But Duchemin searched his memory in vain for anything he could have said or done to make anybody desire to discredit him in the sight of the ladies of the Château de Montalais.

Then will I search each place and roome From London to Virginny, From Dover-peere to Scanderoone, But I will finde my Ginny.

For the joy of finding you Would I search the whole world through, Did I think you living yet, Nicolettemy Nicolette!" V.Nicolette's Love Song

I have taken the liberty, Mr. Morriston, of setting a party of my men to search the grounds for the rope; they will begin by dragging the little lake.

Day after day John searched the papers in vain, until it seemed as if a suburban residence was the one thing in life unattainable.

Now the enigmatic eyes of Monk were boring into him, seeking to search his soul, with a question in their stare which he could not read and, quite likely, would have declined to answer if he could.

The Society is reduced to the dilemma of either denying that the African has a soul to be saved, or of consenting to the terrible mockery of assuring him that the way of life is to be found only by searching a book which he is forbidden to open.

Oh my friends, let us search our hearts, and pray to our Father in Heaven to take out of them, by whatever painful means, the poisonous root of pride, self-conceit, self-will.

Analysis searched every wound of humanity, in order to expose its horror.

He cast searching glances at their countenances, to read their feelings at thus greeting an Indian as their near relative; but he saw no expression that could give him pain.

These British have a habit of searching all vessels they can capture and impressing seamen.

Then he who was wise turned towards her, and a great light came upon his face; and he said, 'We have searched the records, and heard all witnesses from the beginnings of time; but we have never found the boundary of His mercy, and there is no country known to man that is without his presence.

"Within twelve hours we shall have searched the whole forest.

"Get out a warrant to search Butts' premises," said a voice in the crowd.

The scholarly Burke speaks in ornate, majestic periods, and searches all history and all literature for his illustrations.

As the old squaw, which we had captured, and of which mention is made in a previous chapter, could not exactly tell us the place on Beaver Creek where the party had been killed, we searched the country over for two days and discovered no signs of the murdered men.

564 collocations for  search