Synonym: explore, hunt, pursue, search, seek. Similar words: guest, request, question, in question, questionnaire, out of the question, beyond question, test. Meaning: [kwest] n. 1. a search for an alternative that meets cognitive criteria 2. the act of searching for something. v. 1. make a search (for) 2. search the trail of (game) 3. bark with prolonged noises, of dogs 4. seek alms, as for religious purposes 5. express the need or desire for; ask for.
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1) Nothing will stop them in their quest for truth.
2) She had come in quest of advice.
3) My quest for a better bank continues.
4) They are using a new prospecting method to quest for oil.
5) World leaders are now united in their quest for peace.
6) The team will continue its quest for Olympic gold this afternoon.
7) He travelled across continents in his quest for adventure.
8) He set off in quest of adventure.
9) She went to India on a spiritual quest.
10) Man will suffer many disappointments in his quest for truth.
11) They journeyed to the distant Molucca islands in quest of spices.
12) I have not faltered in my quest for a new future.
13) It is possible that his quest will end in Geneva.
14) In his quest for physical perfection, he spends hours in the gym.
15) We set off in quest of the perfect wedding dress.
16) But this is indeed a very personal quest.
17) It made spirituality an exciting quest for nonconformists!
18) Coldwater quest I actually like bog-standard goldfish.
19) Their quest: to stretch hip-hop further than ever before.
20) Thoreau begins his quest with a retreat from society.
21) Hope Steadman's self-defeating quest for perfection?
22) We should encourage the president in his spiritual quest.
23) Love, the quest; marriage, the conquest; divorce, the inquest. Helen Rowland
24) Can you shed any light on my quest?
25) My childhood and adolescence were a joyous outpouring of energy, a ceaseless quest for expression, skill, and experience. School was only a background to the supreme delight of lessons in music, dance, and dramatics, and the thrill of sojourns in the country, theaters, concerts.
26) The British establishment seems to be off on another quest for fool's gold.
27) Half an hour later Duncan was no farther in his quest.
28) You should not be afraid to aim high in the quest for an improvement in your income.
29) The United States is in the van of the quest to establish contact with beings from the beyond.
30) He went on to say that he was going to New York in quest of peace.
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