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interrogative
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Great Expectations
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  • He stood with his head on one side and himself on one side, in a Bullying, interrogative manner, and he threw his forefinger at Mr. Wopsle,—as it were to mark him out—before biting it again.

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  • "Why" is an interrogative word.
  • an interrogative inflection

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