To search deeply and laboriously: delved into the court records. (verb-intransitive)
To dig the ground, as with a spade.(verb-intransitive)
Archaic To dig (ground) with a spade.(verb-transitive)
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Use "delve" in a sentence
"I didn't mean for this post to once again delve into my mind, but it's a journal, so who cares?"
"He and Michelle can go back to their hateful church and once again delve into their bitter circle of friends that hate America."
"Fan fiction has become so popular that itÂ’s only a matter of a quick search before you can once again delve into the lives of the fictional characters youÂ’ve grown to love."