Why he wishes the god to be pleased with him, we shall have to enquire hereafter.
But how this might be it is not at present necessary for us to enquire.
Let us enquire by what singular series of accidents, such a man crawled to the summit of classical reputation?
And now let us enquire, what is the faculty in man which answers to imitation.
They set themselves, in fact, to enquire whether authority and tradition should guide men in matters of faith.
And next, shall we enquire whether the kindred science also concerns us?
I sprang the fence, and waited in the road to enquire the last news from the metropolis.
Suppose now that by the light of the examples just offered we enquire who this imitator is?
Now, Trap, you must enquire out a carpenter, and be brisk about the building.
We are often told that we should enquire into all things before we accept them;—with what limitations is this true?