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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishquestquest /kwest/ ●○○ noun [countable] literary  1 LOOK FORa long search for something that is difficult to findquest for his long quest for truth the quest for human happiness World leaders are now united in their quest for peace.2 in quest of something
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questBoth are on a quest that could change the way politics is done.At their roots, both quests originated out of human inquisitiveness.The content it attaches to physical reality makes the natural world autonomous; its quest is to determine what is.a spiritual questFrom the same lands came the quest for the Grail that revivified the spirituality of the twelfth century.She loves her life and is immersed in the quest for knowledge for knowledge's sake.However I was wrong: the quest for fusion is perhaps an example of these problems.quest forIndustries are still engaged in a quest for increased productivity.
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