Economists recently surveyed are enthusiastic about the job Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke is doing.
We interviewed hundreds of couples in our research and surveyed more than a thousand.
The pressure was all too much for one soldier in Norway today, who keeled over as Charles surveyed the ranks.
In March 2013, 73 percent of young Republicans surveyed had heard of the provision, compared with 63 percent of Democratic youths.
As they surveyed the wreckage of the 2012 elections, Republican Party elders agreed: The Tea Party must die.
He lifted the flap of his desk and kept it up with his head while he surveyed the interior.
She leaned back in her chair, and surveyed the baffled man amusedly.
Pink gave a high leap, surveyed the terrain as he floated down.
The Leopard Woman sat her donkey, and surveyed it all with appreciative eyes.
Along this north shore a road has been surveyed and settlements laid out.
late 14c. "to consider, contemplate" (implied in surveyance), from Old French surveeir, from Medieval Latin supervidere "oversee" (see supervise). Meaning "examine the condition of" is from mid-15c. That of "to take linear measurements of a tract of ground" is recorded from 1540s. Related: Surveyed; surveying.
late 15c., survei, "oversight, supervision," from survey (v.). The meaning "act of viewing in detail" is from 1540s. Meaning "systematic collection of data on opinions, etc." is attested from 1927.