Seek(?), v. i. To make search or inquiry; to endeavor to make discovery.
Seek ye out of the book of the Lord, and read.Isa. xxxiv. 16.
To seek, needing to seek or search; hence, unprepared. "Unpracticed, unprepared, and still to seek."
To seek after, to make pursuit of; to attempt to find or take. --
To seek for, to endeavor to find. --
To seek to, to apply to; to resort to; to court.
[Obs.] "All the earth sought to Solomon, to hear his wisdom."
1 Kings x. 24. --
To seek upon, to make strict inquiry after; to follow up; to persecute.
Upon a man and do his soul unrest.
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