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Sentence count:91+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-17Updated:2016-12-13
Similar words: weekcheekGreekweeklyweekendmark outpick outwalk outMeaning: v. look for a specific person or thing. 
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(1) Now is the time for local companies to seek out business opportunities in Europe.
(2) Children seek out regularities and rules in acquiring language.
(3) How can we seek out a really good person for the job?
(4) Our mission is to seek out the enemy and destroy them.
(5) Some papers seek out extra salacious background.
(6) Seek out others who might be suffering too; suggest you band together.
(7) The herd seek out the great, not for their sake but for their influence; and the great welcome them out of vanity or need. Napoleon Bonaparte 
(8) We must seek out the bigots from wherever they are-even those above the law.
(9) Our people need to seek out and identify those stories.
(10) Children today seem less willing to seek out challenges and persevere in the face of adversity.
(11) If there was anything disheartening, it was to seek out a church for prayer and refreshment and find its doors barred.
(12) Employees must forge their own career paths, seek out promotions and prove their worth every single day.
(13) At the end of the summer, he must seek out and defend a territory.
(14) Conversely, some people are introverted, and seek out relationships with very few people and then only on their own terms.
(15) My mother, bless her heart, continues to seek out new accounts for us wherever she travels.
(16) It is an environment where corporations will seek out the best talent anyplace in the world.
(17) In other words, charismatic followers seek out their own charismatic leaders.
(18) But however affected, the mission has been to seek out, to influence, to change.
(19) Collectors throughout the world seek out examples of the ware and pay highly inflated prices.
(20) So you travel to various planet locations to seek out people you learn may have key information.
(21) The confidence to seek out excellence is perhaps the first rule of recruiting and the one most frequently broken.
(22) While he was at the library, Steve decided to seek out some information on accommodation in the area.
(23) Our personal aspirations or dissatisfactions may lead us to seek out new opportunities.
(24) Sadistic people derive perverse pleasure from the suffering of others and may seek out situations in which they can inflict this.
(25) This has pushed up housing costs and forced retirees with some capital but often on fixed incomes to seek out cheaper places.
(26) You should identify who has faced such challenges and seek out their counsel. Sentencedict.com
(27) The wife may have a shrewd idea, but may offer comfort without choosing to seek out the source of the pain.
(28) In becoming the best companies it is these attitudes that they seek out and take action to change.
(29) Notice the narrow snout extending beyond the mouth which helps it to seek out small rodents, reptiles and invertebrates.
(30) Having nothing more urgent to do, I decided to seek out Tip Anderson.
More similar words: weekcheekGreekweeklyweekendmark outpick outwalk outlook outwork outworkoutcheck outbreak outblack outstick outthink outknock out
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