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Thursday, September 04, 2014

Definitions for indagate

  1. Archaic. to investigate; research.

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Citations for indagate
The spirit of inquiry… we take upon ourselves with the canine attributes; we talk of indagating, of investigating, of questing. Walter Savage Landor, Imaginary Conversations, 1853
From an analytical point of view it is necessary to indagate the conceptual binomial identity-difference… F. Maroldi, "A Practical Code for Seismic Risk Mitigation for Historical Centers," System-based Vision for Strategic and Creative Design, 2003, edited by Franco Bontempi
Origin of indagate
1615-1625
Indagate entered English in the 1600s from the Latin indāgāre meaning "to track down."