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adjective as in covered

adjective as in investigated

adjective as in watched

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While Wish filed confidential paperwork for its IPO in August, this is the first chance potential investors have had to scrutinize its financial performance.

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Our military regularly scrutinizes each part of an operation to ensure every contingency has been considered and no resources are left on the sideline.

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The Max has been so scrutinized now that I feel like, if anything, it’s got to be safer than other planes.

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The committee might scrutinize data from biotechnology company Moderna the following week.

It’s been a rough few weeks for the polling industry—one that has seen the very profession of polling publicly scrutinized and dissected in the wake of yet another disappointing presidential election.

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“We need to be looking at the possibility that this might be scrutinized again,” Lomax said.

When someone is involved in a crime, they expect, to a certain extent, to be scrutinized.

I think that needs to be scrutinized carefully on an individual basis.

The Gates version of “philanthrocapitalism” has been widely scrutinized and critiqued (PDF) by foundation-watchers.

The highly-publicized (and scrutinized) Vogue cover featuring Kim Kardashian and Kanye West is flying off shelves.

He scratched his head, scrutinized the article he had been perusing, and took a graceful survey of the paper.

"I dunno but you're right," observed Redmond after a pause, during which he keenly scrutinized the young agent's face.

He scrutinized the register, and found, to his satisfaction, that a Mr. Bowman of Boston was occupying room 106.

Mr. Bowman snatched the shaving, scrutinized it, and uttered language in a loud voice.

From that moment Scattergood scrutinized the bowl of politics to discover when and where he could dip in his spoon.


On this page you'll find 83 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to scrutinized, such as: marked, examined, explored, included, investigated, and noted.

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