The correct answer is examine leisurely.
C. examine leisurely
The correct answer is C. To examine leisurely; to read without concentration; to look through or glance at casually or unsystematically; to look leisurely at goods displayed for sale. Also, to graze.
Browse comes from Middle English brousein, French brouster, Old French brost (sprout).
Examples of use:
- He browsed through the magazines while waiting for his wife.
- She browsed through the books in order to decide whether to purchase it.