interrogation[ in-ter-uh-gey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF interrogation
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Again, Aggie studied him with a swift glance of interrogation.
The interrogation came with an abrupt force that cried of new suspicions.
His last remark had been more of a reflection than an interrogation.
He considered that the interrogation might well end with a last word, a last sentence.
He is exhibiting Socrates for the first time undergoing the Socratic interrogation.
And he conveyed a world of interrogation in his monosyllable.
The interrogation, which seemed almost to cover a reproach, irritated the adjutant.
He gave a loud and curious cry—a cry of interrogation it might be called.
This pressure of interrogation was upsetting the restraint he was putting on himself.
His eyes affixed a point of interrogation to the simple declarative.