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Daemon
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grasp in the dark

To seek out a solution, meaning, or sense of purpose in a blind, aimless, or uncertain manner. Often used in the progressive tense. More...

KSPavan
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grasp in the dark — To seek out a solution, meaning, or sense of purpose in a blind, aimless, or uncertain manner. Often used in the progressive tense.
Adyl Mouhei
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A related idiom is:

Grasp at straws:
To reach for or try anything in desperation
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grasp in the dark — To seek out a solution, meaning, or sense of purpose in a blind, aimless, or uncertain manner. Often used in the progressive tense.


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