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1. sleuth

noun. ['ˈsluːθ'] a detective who follows a trail.

Synonyms

  • sleuthhound

Etymology

  • slæwþ (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • slóð (Old Norse)

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Words that Rhyme with Sleuth

  • untruth
  • wermuth
  • vermouth
  • uncouth
  • duluth
  • truth
  • pluth
  • meuth
  • kluth
  • gluth
  • fruth
  • bluth
  • youth
  • tooth
  • schuth
  • ruth
  • rueth
  • puth
  • muth
  • luth
  • lueth
  • knuth
  • huth
  • guth
  • buth
  • booth

Example sentences of the word sleuth


1. Noun, singular or mass
A repo man is a combination of a psychologist, truck driver, sleuth and self-defense artist.

2. Verb, base form
This could happen to you if you make the effort to sleuth out the pedigree of your Bennington.

2. sleuth

verb. ['ˈsluːθ'] watch, observe, or inquire secretly.

Synonyms

  • inquire
  • snoop
  • stag
  • supervise
  • monitor
  • spy
  • investigate

Etymology

  • slæwþ (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • slóð (Old Norse)
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