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noun as in inquisitor

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You don’t feel your body shake as your muscles rebel against the squatting position they forced you into, and this makes the interrogators furious and weaker, even if they don’t know it.

They say yes when interrogators ask if a brother is al Qaeda.

Your interrogators are so happy, they eat it all up, greedy for more.

Later, interrogators would conclude he knew nothing about al-Qaida’s plans.

He told of how his interrogators used dogs to frighten and harass him, and how, during one session, he was forced to lie naked and blindfolded while his captors ran an object across his back and told him it was a snake.

He was formally certified as a CIA interrogator only in April 2003.

Maziar was thrown in jail and brutalized for months by an interrogator who reeked of rosewater cologne.

Interrogator: Would you say Mr. Pickwick reminded you of Christmas?

The interrogator was a heavyset man in a civilian suit, green jacket and pants.

Wardens and guards with names like Interrogator Wu and Officer Gong deprived the prisoners they hated of meat.

This acknowledgment, which might pass for the despairing cry of an innocent man, made his interrogator stare.

Theron looked at his interrogator with a frown of disdain for his foppery.

"Billy Mathews, sir," said the other, with difficulty restraining a smile at the dilapidated look of his interrogator.

The young man looked at his strange interrogator with some astonishment at her evident agitation.

Upon the bank question, too, he left his interrogator in no doubt.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to interrogator, such as: questioner, asker, investigator, researcher, and prober.

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