examining

[ ig-zam-in ]SEE DEFINITION OF examining

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXAMINING

Clayton knew it very well, and the trick of examining the books was all a fudge.

"I can see now that it is even so," said John, examining the parchment again.

It is necessary that these be understood in examining this table.

Girls and women are employed in examining the bodies of the moths with microscopes.

He had been examining a glass, a spoon and some other objects so quietly that I had not heard.

She was examining her change as she walked along, and did not see him until he was close to her.

The act of examining one's bread to determine which side it is buttered on.

He was pulling Dick to his feet and examining him anxiously.

Examining it carefully, she could see neither seam nor stitches.

I am acquainted with no reason for examining myself, or for being examined, about it.'

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