OTHER WORDS FROM enquireun·en·quired, adjectiveun·en·quir·ing, adjective
How to use enquire in a sentence
Professor Theobald gazed at Hadria with startled and enquiring eyes, when they met again.The Daughters of Danaus|Mona Caird
She gave Mrs. Brookenham no time to resent her last note before enquiring if Nanda were to accompany the couple.The Awkward Age|Henry James
When she came to herself, she gazed wildly around the room, enquiring eagerly, Where is he?The Mysteries of Montreal|Charlotte Fuhrer
This appeared to satisfy them for the present, and after enquiring whether I was well treated in prison they dismissed me.
They were wide, enquiring, like the deer's brought face to face with the hunter in the green thickets.Six Women|Victoria Cross