(tr, adverb) to search hard for and find a specific person or thing: she sought out her friend from amongst the crowd
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How to use seek out in a sentence
Whatever the reason, Burton was committed enough to leave tiny Bunker Hill to seek out her beau.
If you identify with two or more of the following traits, you may want to seek out a nutritionist or counselor, according to Dunn.Orthorexia: When Healthy Eating Becomes an Obsession | DailyBurn | October 25, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
As the summer dragged on, the Foleys began to seek out their own ways to get their son back.Foley Family to White House: You Saved Bergdahl. Why Not Our Son? | Eli Lake | October 24, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
They can choose which experiences to seek out, and choose which they might withdraw from.
“Our sensory systems seek out intact sensory experiences,” says Wagenfeld.
The future would not have been lacking in opportunities to seek out and kill Marius for that insult.St. Martin's Summer | Rafael Sabatini
There was no time now to seek out the patrolman on the post; the job must be all his.From Place to Place | Irvin S. Cobb
Go quickly, and get another, and seek out the prettiest and rarest.'Grimms' Fairy Tales | The Brothers Grimm
It is not strange that they should seek out the seed that has been carefully sown by the Forest officers.Our National Forests | Richard H. Douai Boerker
He does not seek out the leper, set him up before them, and say, "Now you will see what I can do."Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of Matthew | John Monro Gibson