Definition of probe:
grindstone, catheterize, poke into, essay, feeler, aerospace, balloon, interview, air pump, go through, booster, scrutiny, put to, cosmonaut, catch, communications satellite, opinion poll, dig into, drip, scavenge, disquisition, bandage, canvas, drain, investigation, elicitation, flame thrower, anesthetize, attend, defibrillator, bypass, bleed, Apollo, investigating, bring back, examen, seek out, pick through, cement mixer, astronaut, soundings, trawl, look out for, capsule, blast off, search out, forge, electrocardiogram, gauge, backhoe, reconnaissance, see, study, hunt down, put someone on the spot, concrete mixer, inquisition, public inquiry, delving, reference, EKG, gas turbine, cauterize, analyse, probation, jackhammer, ECG, EEG, anaesthetize, examine, Cape Canaveral, pick someone's brains, probing, try out.
- feel (part of speech: verb)
medical instrument (part of speech: noun)
- laparotomy pack,
- tongue depressor,
- experiment (part of speech: verb)
question (part of speech: verb)
- search (part of speech: verb)
- request (part of speech: verb)
- "Look Back on Happiness", Knut Hamsun.
Go thou amongst the men, Vigitello, and probe their real feelings, gauge their humour and endeavour to ascertain upon what numbers I may count if I have to declare war upon Asad or if he declares it upon me.- "The Sea-Hawk", Raphael Sabatini.
- "Lady Merton, Colonist", Mrs. Humphry Ward.