By tonight, however, delving more deeply will become an academic pursuit for scholars and anti-death-penalty activists.
Telling too much or delving too deep, would turn it into a drama.
delving deeper into this despair, photographs of “The Forgotten Ones” examine the lives of various groups of Latin American women.
delving into why this slaughter never happened uncovers a story of spy-craft, subterfuge and tightly-kept secrets.
I worked with Ann Roth as well, and it was the same approach to delving beneath the material.
So Gordon returned home, and a few weeks later was delving deep into new mysteries.
Spent all day plowing the low meadow, Peter delving potatoes.
He was delving around in a hazy recollection of Bible subjects, which he vaguely remembered having studied when a child.
We were not delving deeply, not by any means—just picking off the nuggets, as it were.
It is well that to painstaking mothers and delving fathers, earth seems so real.
Old English delfan "to dig" (class III strong verb; past tense dealf, past participle dolfen), common West Germanic verb (cf. Old Saxon delban, Dutch delven, Middle High German telben "to dig"), from PIE root *dhelbh- (cf. Lithuanian delba "crowbar," Russian dolbit', Czech dlabati, Polish dłubać "to chisel;" Russian dolotó, Czech dlato, Polish dłuto "chisel"). Weak inflections emerged 14c.-16c. Related: Delved; delving.