Idiom: leaf through something
— When I was waiting for the doctor, I leafed through several magazines and found an interesting article about traveling by train through Switzerland.
— I only had time to leaf through the report but I’ll take a careful look at it this evening when I’m at home.
— I cannot believe the idiots who leaf through those horrid tabloid magazines while waiting in line at the grocery store.
— I'm so bored I'm leafing through the airline's in-flight magazine.
— Most people just leaf through that catalog and select a calendar from there.
— My husband found a $100 bill when he was leafing through a brochure at the bank.
— Why don't you leaf through that magazine and see if there's a hairstyle you like.
— Perhaps you should actually read the book this semester instead of leafing through it.
— Please leaf through these brochures now and we'll discuss everything tomorrow in-depth.
— I was leafing through a magazine at the grocery stored check out and saw my college roommate in a perfume ad.
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