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Definition of probe:
- To examine with or as with a probe: to examine thoroughly.
- To search with a probe; examine deeply.
- To explore with a probe; search; scrutinize.
- examine physically with or as if with a probe; " probe an anthill"
- To examine a wound, ulcer, or some cavity of the body by the use of an instrument; to scrutinize; to examine thoroughly.
- To search or examine, as with a probe; to search into or examine thoroughly; to scrutinise.
- an inquiry into unfamiliar or questionable activities; " there was a congressional probe into the scandal"
- an investigation conducted using a probe instrument
- an exploratory action or expedition
- a flexible slender surgical instrument used to explore wounds or body cavities
- Fig.: to search to the bottom; to scrutinize or examine thoroughly.
- An instrument for examining the depth or other circumstances of a wound, ulcer, or cavity, or the direction of a sinus, of for exploring for bullets, for stones in the bladder, etc.
- A slender surgical instrument for examining a wound or a cavity.
- A slender rod of silver or other flexible metal, with blunt bulbous tip, used for exploring sinuses, fistulas, or other cavities, or wounds.
- Small metal rod for examining wounds and cavities, as for a bullet.
- An instrument for proving or examining a wound, etc.: that which tries or probes.
- Instrument for searching a wound.
- An instrument for exploring the course of wounds, etc.
- A surgeon's instrument for examining a wound, & c.
- In surg., a small slender rod for examining a wound, ulcer, or cavity; that which searches or examines.
Usage examples for probe
After having first listened, to be sure that the slight noise caused by this event had not reached the ears or excited the suspicions of the careless sentinels, Ulpius crept into the cavity he had made, groping his way with his bar, until he reached the brink of a chasm, the depth of which he could not probe, and the breadth of which he could not ascertain. Antonina by Wilkie Collins