He looked at me keenly, and seeing the negative in my face, turned to the others, and scrutinised them closely.
With his inevitable magnifying-glass he scrutinised the bullet on every side.
Captain Gerardin scrutinised him severely, and he stared at the captain in return.
I have scrutinised it over and over; and to the world some way or other it shall go as it is.
The barrister took the fateful weapon, not more deadly than a paper-knife in appearance, and scrutinised it closely.
A vast number of other observances were scrutinised with the same result.
Juliet made no resistance to this proposal; though I could read suspicion in the eye which scrutinised my face as I spoke.
The leader turned me to the moonlight and scrutinised my face sharply.
I have scrutinised every report—viewed every body which at all resembled him.
Captain Con scrutinised them to calm his temper: 'there's a Dutchiness in the shape.'