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seeker

a probe or sound; a long thin rod used to probe the opening or a tract or a cavity in order to determine its direction, source or depth.
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And when bird, bee, and blossom were strong and fair again, the gentle Fairy said farewell, and flew away to seek her friend, leaving behind many grateful hearts, who owed their joy and life to her.
Now will you stay with us, and learn what even mortals seek to know, that labor brings true happiness?
I cannot let my peaceful kingdom be disturbed by you; therefore go and seek another home.
So while the industrious bees were out among the flowers, he led the drones to the hive, and took possession of the honey, destroying and laying waste the home of the kind bees; then, fearing that in their grief and anger they might harm him, Thistle flew away to seek new friends.
He called and beckoned through the narrow opening, but no Lily-Bell answered; and he wept sadly as he thought of all she had done for him, and that now he could not go to seek and help her, for he had lost his freedom by his own cruel and wicked deeds.
T is a long and weary task, for you have made no friends to help you, and will have to seek for them alone.
Take now one look at your little friend, and then go forth to seek from the Air Spirits your second gift.
I will seek to win their pardon, and show them that I am no longer the cruel Fairy who so harmed them," thought Thistle, "and when they become again my friends, I will ask their help to find the Air Spirits; and if I deserve it, they will gladly aid me on my way.
At length the broken wing was well, and Thistle said he must again seek the Water Spirits.
Then Umslopogaas spoke to Galazi, saying: "My brother, I will fight no more with the spear, but with the axe alone; it was to seek an axe that I ran to and fro like a coward.
Perhaps it is Truth and Freedom that you seek, and for a moment you thought that you might find release in Love.
In the meanwhile, I was to seek out a lawyer, who was an Appin Stewart, and a man therefore to be wholly trusted; and it should be his part to find a ship and to arrange for Alan's safe embarkation.