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Word: interrogate

Definition: question closely; cross-examine; cross-question


Sentences Containing 'interrogate'

It would have been of as much avail to interrogate any stone face outside the chateau as to interrogate that face of his.
Rapid as had been Villefort's glance, it had served to give him an idea of the man he was about to interrogate.
Should any one else interrogate you, say to him what you have said to me, but do not breathe a word of this letter.''
However, sire, if I might advise, your majesty will interrogate the person of whom I spoke to you, and I will urge your majesty to do him this honor.''
Villefort bowed, and advancing a few steps, waited until the king should interrogate him.
In fact, the minister, who, in the plenitude of his power, had been unable to unearth Napoleon's secret, might in despair at his own downfall interrogate Dantes and so lay bare the motives of Villefort's plot.
Being a man who knew that the former of these symptoms was one of the inherent penalties of womanhood, he did not then press his inquiries, but waited for a more appropriate opportunity when he should again interrogate her, or receive an avowal proprio motu.
The count looked at Mercedes as if to interrogate her, but she continued to walk on in silence, and he refrained from speaking.
There was something grave and solemn in the approach of the young girl which struck the old man, and immediately his bright eye began to interrogate.
``It is not for you to interrogate, but to answer.''
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