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Usage examples for interrogation

  1. Interrogation seems indeed the proper style of majesty incensed. – The Poetical Works of Edward Young, Volume 2 by Edward Young
  2. It was impossible to fence the interrogation; it had to be answered, one way or the other. – The Mystery of the Four Fingers by Fred M. White
  3. The colonel raised his brows in astonished interrogation. – The Safety Curtain, and Other Stories by Ethel M. Dell
  4. There was anxious alarm in Mrs. Bindle's interrogation. – Adventures of Bindle by Herbert George Jenkins
  5. A young man came to Hugh, and bent over the counter in a recipient position, like a live point of interrogation. – David Elginbrod by George MacDonald
  6. Her tone was one partly of interrogation, partly of command. – Captain Macklin by Richard Harding Davis
  7. He glanced up in mild interrogation. – Shining Ferry by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  8. But, as for him, doubtless she and her ingenuous interrogation had long since faded from his tumultuous life. – Dreamers of the Ghetto by I. Zangwill
  9. He carried his set of Dickens upstairs, not without interrogation, and stored the volumes away at the bottom of his trunk. – What's-His-Name by George Barr McCutcheon
  10. What he told me about the Air Force interrogation confirmed one of Art Green's statements. – The Flying Saucers are Real by Donald Keyhoe
  11. He fell back, feeling strangely weary, and dazzling sparks danced before his fixed gaze like glittering notes of interrogation. – Footsteps of Fate by Louis Couperus
  12. She smiled in further interrogation; the doctor bent and kissed her. – The Man Who Wins by Robert Herrick
  13. The slightest interrogation irritates her beyond expression. – Edgar Saltus: The Man by Marie Saltus
  14. There is, of course, no possible doubt that Spion Kop is the key of the whole position, and the reader has only to think of the horizontal note of interrogation, and remember that the mountain at the angle divides, commands, and enfilades the enemy's lines, to appreciate this fact. – London to Ladysmith via Pretoria by Winston Spencer Churchill
  15. In the interrogation itself there was no offence, but to every grown- up person who heard, the insinuation was plain enough. – The Loves of Ambrose by Margaret Vandercook
  16. The interrogation remained unanswered. – The Coming of the Law by Charles Alden Seltzer
  17. There was the same frank look of interrogation. – The Cardinal's Snuff-Box by Henry Harland
  18. Sir George interrupted the torrent of interrogation. – The Danvers Jewels, and Sir Charles Danvers by Mary Cholmondeley
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