[ UK /skɹˈuːtɪnˌa‍ɪz/ ]
  1. examine carefully for accuracy with the intent of verification
    audit accounts and tax returns
  2. to look at critically or searchingly, or in minute detail
    he scrutinized his likeness in the mirror
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How To Use scrutinise In A Sentence

  • Anyone proposing such a project, which in effect aims to politicize young people, is inevitably warily received and closely scrutinized.
  • The Executive undertakes to produce a coherent programme of government which the parliament is duty bound to scrutinise, debate and give assent to.
  • I don't scrutinize my stats page to see from where and with what link people are reading my blog.
  • You can see how, unscrutinised, it can be misused. Times, Sunday Times
  • With a 30-second spot during tonight's Academy Awards ceremony valued at up to $2.1 million, advertisers will closely scrutinise the television coverage generated by the event.
  • Where life is at stake the evidence must be scrutinised with especial care.
  • AK-87 gabs, you'r right, this new adaptation is going to be so closely scrutinised. David Fincher Directing The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Next | /Film
  • This 25-minute piece closely examines, almost scrutinizes, a key scene from the film - the scene I mentioned earlier where Jake outlines the plan to his gang.
  • The statement was carefully scrutinized before publication.
  • More NYSE Takeover Faces Touchy Issues Justice Department officials will scrutinize the proposed deal for antitrust implications, though the formal launch of an investigation won't happen until the two companies file their premerger notification. Regulators Line Up to Vet Potential Deal
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