Synonyms for quizzed
- give the third degree
- pick one's brains
Antonyms for quizzed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR QUIZZED
He quizzed me rather, I admit, but he made it vastly different.
Father John too was always quizzing him, and Denis did not like to be quizzed.
Each student should be quizzed on his reading, or should be required to give a summary of it.
Now, I can't stand the way I shall be quizzed about it at all.
I quizzed his sister time and again about his relations with women.
Members of the crew were called before the Captain and Mr. Wise and quizzed.
When the dinner and the wine were gone, they sang, they gossiped, they quizzed.
You will see later on in Paine's statement that I quizzed him on the same subject.
“Thank him for nothing for that same,” I answered, determined not to be quizzed by them.
One never likes to be quizzed; and I, of course, thought he was quizzing me.
1867, "brief examination of a student on some subject," perhaps from quiz (v.), or from apparently unrelated slang word quiz "odd person" (1782, source of quizzical). According to OED, the anecdote that credits this word to a bet by the Dublin theater-manager Daly or Daley that he could coin a word is regarded by authorities as "doubtful" and the first record of it appears to be in 1836 (in Smart's "Walker Remodelled"; the story is omitted in the edition of 1840).