The orator bustled up to him, and drawing him partly aside, inquired “on which side he voted?”
On a whim, he went in and inquired about whether it was on the market.
Baum inquired about whether Valle had ever actually met or even spoken on the phone with any of those he chatted with online.
Grimm inquired if there had even been “unreconciled differences” prior to the implosion.
Last year over dinner, however, I finally got a new response when I inquired about said prince.
She at once recognised his voice, as he inquired if she were at home.
Mr Grey inquired about the arrangements for the morning, and whether he could be of any service.
And then they inquired to what Mr. Bohun referred, and then he told them all that had been said.
She inquired how the accident happened; for this was still a mystery to everybody.
After learning that I did not smoke, and had no objection to children, he inquired my nationality.
late 13c., from Old French enquerre "ask, inquire about" (Modern French enquérir), from Vulgar Latin *inquaerere, from Latin in- "into" (see in- (2)) + quaerere "ask, seek" (see query (v.)). Respelled 14c. on Latin model, but half-Latinized enquire still persists. Related: Inquired; inquiring; inquiringly.