cross-examination[ kraws-ig-zam-in, kros- ]SEE DEFINITION OF cross-examination
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CROSS-EXAMINATION
But no occasion arose for either defiance or cross-examination.
Really, Sir Terence, if my word is not sufficient, I refuse to submit to cross-examination.
Alden Lytton read it, and then recommenced his cross-examination of the minister.
I own that I did not feel easy under this cross-examination.
They'd have it out on the cross-examination, at all events, if not on the direct.
"State" gives the unpleasant suggestion of a cross-examination.
Ortheris stood firm and was not shaken by any cross-examination.
I had to put the conversation into the form of a cross-examination.
He was not unacquainted with Merrington's methods of cross-examination.
She has given me such a cross-examination, my blood runs cold.