Definition of scrutinize in English:

scrutinize

Syllabification: scru·ti·nize
Pronunciation: /ˈskro͞otnˌīz
 
/

verb

[with object]

Derivatives

scrutinization

Pronunciation: /ˌskro͞otn-iˈzāSHən/
noun
More example sentences
  • From the onset we have been subjected to repeated review and close scrutinization by individuals whom we did not feel were qualified to make such assessments.
  • In an attempt to counter this racial scrutinization, however, is the immediate disclosure of the subject's ethnicity, listed directly below their image.
  • After another silent scrutinization, the woman seemed to relent.

scrutinizer

noun
More example sentences
  • In sufficient numbers this message would get out through the party scrutinizers, they can't keep a secret.
  • Throughout the nation, ballot box scrutinizers have received specialized training in advance and are directly involved with the government.
  • The scrutinizers were subjected to an insignificant role, since scrutinized vehicles were ‘rescrutineered’ at the start line, thus wasting time and creating precedence.

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