verb (used with object), rum·maged, rum·mag·ing.
verb (used without object), rum·maged, rum·mag·ing.
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Origin of rummage
OTHER WORDS FROM rummagerum·mag·er, nounun·rum·maged, adjective
Words nearby rummage
Example sentences from the Web for rummage
Another leaned forward at that point to rummage in her bag for a mint.George Zimmerman Trial: The Prosecution’s Dramatic Closing Arguments|Jacqui Goddard|July 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Malamo Voulgaropoulou, a former singer now in her 80s, is one of many pensioners who rummage through dumpsters for food.Greece on the Brink of Financial Abyss as Syriza Party Weighs Default|John Psaropoulos|May 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Previously, Anderson had enraged Hoover by assigning a reporter to rummage through his trash at home.
She arose to go, then sat down again and said, "I hope you will be able to attend our Rummage Sale."The Cromptons|Mary J. Holmes
Utterly irrelevantly, Stanton brushed him aside, and began to rummage anxiously among the books on his table.Molly Make-Believe|Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
Mzli laid both books on the lion skin and began to rummage through her pockets.Maezli|Johanna Spyri
Then—for I was fretting to see and rummage over my new home with a measuring tape in my hands—we arranged to drive over.Thirty Years in Australia|Ada Cambridge
It would be meritorious not to leave a trace of pious men who rummage in your stomachs!