To read or examine, typically with great care.(verb-transitive)
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Use "peruse" in a sentence
"Navy Captain John Murphy, the lead prosecutor, told the court it was standard practice for the guards to "peruse" written material after a detainee spoke with his attorneys "for force protection.""
"Live pictures, again, you see the airboat right there as they kind of peruse these neighborhoods that are now been flooded with these rivers of water looking for folks to rescue."
"However, "peruse" actually has the opposite meaning."