First, it will seek to create a system that will help prevent a financial crisis like the current one from happening again.
Where will they seek shelter in times of war, like the fighting that has raged in Gaza for almost three weeks?
This man, an American, was able to seek them in their sleep, shoot and stab them, and burn them in their blankets.
Those who wish to begin a Tsa Lung practice, which is an advanced but achievable discipline, are encouraged to seek a teacher.
Their martial spirit attracts the admiration of locals who seek to join their elite band of brothers.
Wisdom exalteth her sons, and taketh hold of them that seek her.
All who were outside the social system had to seek the patronage of a great man.
You are about to visit our country to seek revenge for this crime.
They attain here below Paradise, while they seek hell there.
Only, if you go to seek her, take with you this man with whom she has spoken that he may show you the way.'
Old English secan "inquire, search for; pursue; long for, wish for, desire; look for, expect from," influenced by Old Norse soekja, both from Proto-Germanic *sokjan (cf. Old Saxon sokian, Old Frisian seka, Middle Dutch soekan, Old High German suohhan, German suchen, Gothic sokjan), from PIE *sag-yo-, from root *sag- "to track down, seek out" (cf. Latin sagire "to perceive quickly or keenly," sagus "presaging, predicting," Old Irish saigim "seek"). The natural modern form of the Anglo-Saxon word as uninfluenced by Norse is in beseech. Related: Sought; seeking.