simple past tense and past participle of seek.
verb (used with object), sought, seeking.
to go in search or quest of:
to seek the truth.
to try to find or discover by searching or questioning:
to seek the solution to a problem.
to try to obtain:
to seek fame.
to try or attempt (usually followed by an infinitive):
to seek to convince a person.
to go to:
to seek a place to rest.
to ask for; request:
to seek advice.
Archaic. to search or explore.
verb (used without object), sought, seeking.
to make inquiry.
be sought after, to be desired or in demand:
Graduates in the physical sciences are most sought after by employers these days.
the past tense and past participle of seek
verb (mainly transitive) seeks, seeking, sought
when intr, often foll by for or after. to try to find by searching; look for: to seek a solution
(also intransitive) to try to obtain or acquire: to seek happiness
to attempt (to do something); try: I’m only seeking to help
(also intransitive) to enquire about or request (something): to seek help
to go or resort to: to seek the garden for peace
an archaic word for explore
see: play hide and seek
[sawt-af-ter, -ahf-] adjective 1. that is in demand; desirable: a sought-after speaker. sought-after adjective 1. in demand; wanted
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