interrogate[ in-ter-uh-geyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF interrogate
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Simba next called to Mali-ya-bwana to interrogate the other prisoner apart.
At last Salvat rose, and the presiding judge began to interrogate him.
Let us place them in a class with our previous opponents, and interrogate both of them at once.
Let us interrogate the great apparition, that shines so peacefully around us.
"Let us interrogate the ones who are here," suggested Lépine.
Have I dared to interrogate you as to who you are, whence you came, whither you go?
Send the unfortunate creatures, however, here, and let me interrogate them.
In his distraction Grounsell hurried to the jail to see and interrogate Meekins.
It seems they've had some trouble with Watson and I want to interrogate them.
I suggest you interrogate every hour on the hour from now on.