Dalgard sent out a questing thought, hoping to contact a hopper or even a duck-dog.
It was certainly he who, questing for game in the night, marked the trail with his feet.
Her face flushed upward, surrendering to that questing glance of his, and its expression was now between tears and laughter.
After weeks of questing about, we did almost close for one estate.
It was in part a pride of accomplishment and a new affirmation of the self-sufficiency of the questing reason.
His hobbies are hunting, fishing, dogs, and questing for new stories.
And still as when it had reared on high beat through it the wild, triumphant, questing pulse.
Her questing hand touched his shoulder and crept to his face.
The vision vanished abruptly as his questing eyes made the circle of the ruined walls.
questing new environment, they would be ascending the rivers.
c.1300, "an inquest;" early 14c., "a search for something" (especially of judicial inquiries or hounds seeking game), from Old French queste "search, quest, chase, hunt, pursuit; inquest, inquiry" (12c., Modern French quête), properly "the act of seeking," and directly from Medieval Latin questa "search, inquiry," alteration of Latin quaesitus (fem. quaesita) "sought-out, select," past participle of quaerere "seek, gain, ask" (see query (n.)). Romance sense of "adventure undertaken by a knight" (especially the search for the Grail) is attested from late 14c. Johnson's dictionary has questmonger "Starter of lawsuits or prosecutions."
mid-14c., "to seek game, hunt," from quest (n.) and from Old French quester "to search, hunt," from queste (n.). Related: Quested; questing.