inspection

[ in-spek-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF inspection

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The nurses' rooms were subject to inspection, and she had pleaded a headache.

"Thank you," said Linda, closing her fist over it and holding it up for inspection.

My shock of surprise was the result of this upward process of inspection.

I am here just now on a round of inspection, and am staying for a few days in this inn.

Continuing their inspection, they went on, skirting the hillside.

At their own request they were whirled over the Earth in Earth planes on a tour of inspection.

I was continued in the inspection of this plantation, now become the King's in 1730, as before.

Helen stretched out her two hands toward him for inspection.

The lieutenant and the corporal had already begun to make an inspection of the premises.

It was always with the latter that he brought his official round of inspection to a close.

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