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interrogative
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Middlemarch
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  • These interrogatives were addressed to the footman who had come in to say that the keeper had found one of Dagley’s boys with a leveret in his hand just killed.
  • Any one may give their remarks an interrogative turn," he continued, his sonorousness rising with his style.
  • "I see Vincy, the Mayor of Middlemarch; they are probably his wife and son," said Sir James, looking interrogatively at Mr. Brooke, who nodded and said— "Yes, a very decent family—a very good fellow is Vincy; a credit to the manufacturing interest.

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

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