Archer paused again, and their eyes met in another protracted scrutiny.
He was glad it was to him she had revealed her secret, rather than to the cold scrutiny of Mr. Letterblair, or the embarrassed gaze of her family.
It was clear to him, and it grew more clear under closer scrutiny, that if she should finally decide on returning to Europe—returning to her husband—it would not be because her old life tempted her, even on the new terms offered.
There are no more uses of "scrutiny" in the book.
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She scrutinized her reflection in the mirror.
The senator asked the agency to scrutinize the proposed legislation and report back to her with their findings.