Noun(1) a detective who follows a trail
Verb(1) watch, observe, or inquire secretly
(1) The amateur sleuth in me is immediately very excited.(2) Fictional sleuth Sherlock Holmes is credited with first realising the value of soil in criminal investigations.(3) The lawsuit has complicated efforts to sleuth the chain of events at the building.(4) Equally convenient is the fact that Johnston's neighbour Winston is an amateur sleuth .(5) A series of grisly killings in the slums of the old town district had gone unsolved for so long that my expertise was once again required to sleuth out the culprit.(6) An amateur psychologist as well as a sleuth , O'Neill will not be so easily taken in.(7) ├ö├ç├┐What drew me to dance history,├ö├ç├û Jowitt remarked, ├ö├ç├┐was a very old-fashioned sense of how wonderful it was to sleuth .├ö├ç├û(8) Super sleuth children put their detective skills to the test to solve a murder.(9) The sleuth is usually an amateur or a consulting detective.(10) It's the tale of two contemporary literary academics sleuthing their way into a long lost love affair, and is utterly laden with coincidence.(11) In New York there's sleuthing for clues about a woman with long black hair and a frantic discussion of what might have happened to her.(12) Amateur sleuths will be able to record footage of gang ringleaders and other yobs in action, which can then be used by police as evidence in court.(13) Psycho - biographical sleuths speculated endlessly as to the psychological triggers and real-life passion which might have inspired her novel.(14) But as the body count rises and thefts occur, the ship's crew begs for Elsa to get involved - and the naturally curious writer can't help but start sleuthing .(15) Civilian sleuths are being sought by Essex Police to work alongside detectives in major investigations.(16) In fact, some of my favorite things are vintage finds that my husband, Don, and I sleuthed out while on trips to out-of-the-way shops or during stolen afternoons at our local haunts.
(1) sleuth :: 探偵
3. private eye ::
4. snoop ::
5. shamus ::
6. gumshoe ::
9. spy ::
10. stag ::
11. snoop ::
Different Formssleuth, sleuthing, sleuths
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