[ US /ˈsikɝ/ ]
[ UK /sˈiːkɐ/ ]
[ UK /sˈiːkɐ/ ]
someone making a search or inquiry
they are seekers after truth
- a missile equipped with a device that is attracted toward some kind of emission (heat or light or sound or radio waves)
How To Use seeker In A Sentence
- An asylum seeker with insulin dependent diabetes has recently had her claim for asylum rejected.
- I'd like see them cope on jobseeker's allowance. The Sun
- At least two of the job seekers were wounded by gunfire.
- In a way, you could say this thrill seeker is also following his father's adventuresome footsteps - his dad once maneuvered a motor boat from Venezuela to Miami.
- But the report dismisses claims that Leeds is swamped by asylum seekers who have access to a wide range of benefits.
- Now they find themselves thrust yet again into an intense triangular relationship: Jimmy the avenger, Sean the truth-seeker and Dave the unfortunate.
- Ramsden is a good-tempered truth-seeker, not a malevolent muckraker.
- Job seekers' experience and their familiarity with the Chinese market were the focal issues for headhunters.
- Thousands of sunseekers flocked to Britain's south coast on Sunday to enjoy the last remnants of summer.
- As a complete man, constant, generous, full of honest courage, as a hardy follower of Thought wherever she might lead him, above all, as a confessor of that Truth which is forever revealing itself to the seeker, and is the more loved because never wholly revealable, he is an ennobling possession of mankind. Among My Books First Series