cross examination[ kraws-ig-zam-in, kros- ]SEE DEFINITION OF cross examination
Synonyms for cross examination
- Q and A
- fishing expedition
- third degree
- trial balloon
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CROSS EXAMINATION
This story they stuck to, through all sorts of cross examination.
He plunged into the matter of Zoe almost at once in his cross examination of me.
The counsel for the defense asked but few questions in cross examination.
Would he now be able to bring out poor Herb's first addled words, whatever they were, in cross examination?
Power of going through a Sokratic cross examination; not attainable except through the Platonic process and method.
She shivered, and didn't know, nor could any cross examination extract this evidence from her.
On cross examination he admitted that he had not slammed a door, and had never been present at an earthquake.
Never, however, was Deuce more confounded in all his life, than by the cross examination of Serjeant Sharp.
In such case, it is usual to apply to the court for its sanction to deal with them by the severity of cross examination.
For every witness should give his testimony on oath, and should be subject to cross examination.