OTHER WORDS FROM enquireun·en·quired, adjectiveun·en·quir·ing, adjective
How to use enquire in a sentence
Enquires first of his health and studies; and afterwards informs him of his own, and where he is now resident.
In replying to those objectors,1 he enquires, What is meant by long or short — excessive or deficient — great or little?
Bacchus enquires of Hercules the readiest way to Hades, or the other World.
But what happens, my friends, when someone enquires for young Pennington?Dead Man's Love|Tom Gallon
"Consequently, discovering a fine day, he enquires what he shall kill," I put in.A Cabinet Secret|Guy Boothby