verb (used with or without object), en·quired, en·quir·ing.
Examples from the Web for enquired
I enquired of the criminal, who was a Frenchman, what De Jeane wanted with him?
Accordingly, on Sunday afternoon when he was playing beautifully, I roused myself up and enquired of a servant who he was.Music-Study in Germany|Amy Fay
I enquired, after the usual polite salutations had passed between us.A Cabinet Secret|Guy Boothby
He has treated of the art of government, and has enquired what was wise, and what was political.Four Early Pamphlets|William Godwin
She had enquired about it of her father, and he had once taken her through the square, and had shown her the mansion.Is He Popenjoy?|Anthony Trollope
British Dictionary definitions for enquired
Word Origin and History for enquired
see inquire. An alternative form mainly used in sense of "to ask a question." Related: enquired; enquiring.