14 example sentences using rummage.
Rummage used in a sentence
Rummage in a sentence as a noun
Our digital lives should be no one's rummage sale.
I have programs of my own that rummage through SEC filings, for example.
Pigs swallow these eggs accidentally as they rummage for food on the ground.
It's absolutely worth 20 minutes to rummage through your bin and find that old box you kept for spare parts.
Anyone can wave at the doorman and take the elevator up to the office for a rummage around.
Why?Applicant: I'd like to go in when you're not there and rummage through your stuff, to make sure you're the kind of person I want to work for.
This amused me:"That is to say, use data-mining techniques to not rummage through everything.
Rummage in a sentence as a verb
You could head to the search engines and rummage through all sorts of libraries, package managers, paid sites, SourceForge, and so on.
It's totally different to see someone work _with you_ on a project than to rummage around their commits to project you don't really know.
It is usually just much easier to download an ISO than to attempt to rummage around and find your CDs and then rummage around and find your manual for the key. Also, the pure version of the software usually installs **** and/or bloatware.
More like"I found your private diary in the hedge near your house, so I had a bit of a rummage around and also found your cheque book, credit card and driver's license.
": they will help anyone anytime at no charge, but if they have helped and provided a new spleen or replacement eyes they will come by and "rummage around" for healthy organs when the person dies.
I knew the terminals had some sort of graphics capacity because their font changed when they left VMS mode and started emulating MS-DOS, so I wrote a program to rummage around in memory until I found where the font designs were stored.
It is, in fact, ******* creepy that you feel like that because you're offering a pittance of a salary you should be able to rummage through the contents of someone's life looking for things 'you don't like'.You have no respect for the lives of your employees, else you wouldn't expect their social network profiles all lined up and waiting for you to hold judgement over, looking for 'barbaric rituals' and other unfunny comments.
a jumble of things to be given away
a thorough search for something (often causing disorder or confusion); "he gave the attic a good rummage but couldn't find his skis"
See also: ransacking
search haphazardly; "We rummaged through the drawers"