Second-person singular present simple form of seek(verb)
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Use "seekest" in a sentence
"So, Allah upon thee, return presently to thy people, for know that she whom thou seekest is the"
"Verily this slave whom thou seekest is my brother."
"As he was on the road he suddenly caught sight of a large and handsome mansion, with a detached building wide and lofty at the entrance, where sat sundry eunuchs bidding and forbidding. 684 My brother enquired of one of those idling there and he replied “The palace belongs to a scion of the Barmaki house;” so he stepped up to the door keepers and asked an alms of them “Enter,” said they, “by the great gate and thou shalt get what thou seekest from the Wazir our master.”"