cross-examine

[ kraws-ig-zam-in, kros- ]SEE DEFINITION OF cross-examine

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CROSS-EXAMINE

Now if you are one of my sort, I should like to cross-examine you, but if not I will let you alone.

Age is an ugly subject; she'd better not cross-examine her witnesses there.

Warren declined to cross-examine Donnally, and he was excused.

Warren refused to cross-examine the surgeon, and he was excused.

And he proceeded to cross-examine Mwres on the entire affair.

He's plotting with Germans, or why did Grimm spy on us, and von Brning cross-examine us?

He brightened up a little when Russell rose to cross-examine him.

He was very anxious to cross-examine him on some testimony he had given previously.

As to my pupils, I could not examine and cross-examine every boy.

When Katherine came to cross-examine him, she gazed at him steadily a moment.

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