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scrutiny
used in Sycamore Row

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Definition
careful examination of something
  • They were "entering" the case, which meant another layer of intense scrutiny of Jake's work, along with another finger in the pie.
    p. 149.7
  • The last will and testament of Seth Hubbard was now a public record and would be scrutinized by every lawyer in town within twenty-four hours.
    p. 81.7
  • A promising case of medical malpractice wilted under the scrutiny of expert review, and Jake had no choice but to settle for nuisance value.
    p. 88.3

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