That sleuth is Peter Darwin—no relation to Charles, thanks kindly.
As the sleuth in Comeback puts it, danger wears many faces.
If only there were some massive government apparatus available to us to sift through the metadata and sleuth these fakers out.
“Apana once climbed up walls like a pre-Spiderman sleuth and slipped into an opium dive,” writes Huang.
Some firms charge several thousands of dollars per hour for the sleuth work of a team of six to eight investigators.
Why, returned sleuth instantly, I just said I came round to make you a little call.
One sleuth causes an uproar making a mess of the situations he has witnessed.
Not likely, after you and your sleuth hounds had been over the ground!
I might have known you for a sleuth hound who would guard every avenue.
Bernardet bowed and his eyes shone like those of a sleuth hound on the scent of his prey.
c.1200, "track or trail of a person," from Old Norse sloð "trail," of uncertain origin. Meaning "detective" is 1872, shortening of sleuth-hound "keen investigator" (1849), a figurative use of a word that dates back to late 14c. meaning a kind of bloodhound. The verb (intransitive) meaning "to act as a detective, investigate" is recorded from 1905. Related: Sleuthed; sleuthing.