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QUE'RY, noun [from Latin quaere, imperative of quaero; perhaps Heb. to seek, to search, to inquire.]

A question; an inquiry to be answered or resolved.

I will conclude by proposing some queries.

QUE'RY, verb intransitive To ask a question or questions.

Three Cambridge sophs each prompt to query answer and debate.

QUE'RY, verb transitive

1. To seek; to inquire; as, query the sum or amount; query the motive or the fact.

2. To examine by questions.

3. To doubt of.