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interrogate
used in BoneMan's Daughters

10 uses
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Definition
ask a series of questions of someone — typically asked by law enforcement officials or by someone in an aggressive manner
  • The man paced back and forth now, hands still behind his back, like an interrogator from an old World War II movie.
    Chapter 3 (49% in)
  • Ryan looked back at his interrogator.
    Chapter 3 (56% in)
  • The interrogation was taking a turn that, for all of its similarities to the hundreds of cases he'd been exposed to during his career, felt profoundly different, beginning with the choice of Kahlid's language.
    Chapter 3 (71% in)
  • He looked at his interrogator, who was now smiling.
    Chapter 3 (72% in)
  • Further complicating the matter was the fact that Switzer was a deaf-mute who refused to cooperate with any form of interrogation.
    Chapter 4 (83% in)
  • She had come to interrogate a sailor who might be able to shed a glimmer of light on a killer who'd broken bones and instead she found a father with a broken heart.
    Chapter 13 (65% in)
  • Ricki Valentine, the FBI agent who'd interrogated him in the hotel two months earlier.
    Chapter 18 (51% in)
  • He wasn't a doctor, but he had been exposed to hundreds of cases involving various forms of forced interrogation and he knew that there was a limit to how much blunt-force trauma the human brain could take before it suddenly turned itself off.
    Chapter 26 (7% in)
  • The interrogation room was outfitted with a single white table, six lightweight folding chairs set haphazardly about the table, and a large one-way window that allowed authorities to watch undetected from the adjacent room.
    Chapter 28 (1% in)
  • He was a suspect in an interrogation room, shackled by... His mind suddenly filled with one of BoneMan's drawings on the storage room walls.
    Chapter 28 (77% in)

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