verb (used with object), ex·am·ined, ex·am·in·ing.
Origin of examine
Synonyms for examine
Related Words for examinerinspector, auditor, investigator, appraiser, questioner, proctor, researcher, inquisitor, inquirer, reviewer, interrogator, analyst, assayer, quizzer, quizmaster, scrutinizer, checker, prober
Examples from the Web for examiner
Contemporary Examples of examiner
“Daughter” was the second-most Googled search term for the Louisiana race, the Washington Examiner reported.Mary Landrieu-Bill Cassidy Louisiana Senate Race Heads to a Runoff
November 5, 2014
The cardinal rule of cross-examination is that the examiner must not make statements or make speeches.Pistorius’s Cross-Examination Could Have Been Grounds for a Mistrial in a U.S. Court
James D. Zirin
May 5, 2014
Then there are three amendments from Sen. Mike Lee, which Byron York explains at the Washington Examiner.On Immigration, Praise for the Tea Party
May 8, 2013
Sean Higgins in the Washington Examiner writes: AFP is also taking the same position as Moroun on Proposal 6.Tea Partying With Crony Capitalism
October 24, 2012
In the Washington Examiner, Tim Carney puts a challenge to David Brooks and me.K Street or the Tea Party? I Choose Neither.
April 24, 2012
Historical Examples of examiner
I see that you are the Examiner's reporter, and that you are the lady of the photograph.The Einstein See-Saw
Miles John Breuer
The examiner must be more than man who is sufficient for these things.Laws
Well, it all turned out as desired by both candidate and examiner.Herbert Hoover
The examiner should plan to make every contact he has with a student a help to the student.College Teaching
The examiner had given himself up to the spirit of gossiping idleness.Some Reminiscences
Word Origin for examine
early 14c., examinour, agent noun from examine.
c.1300, from Old French examiner "interrogate, question, torture," from Latin examinare "to test or try; weigh, consider, ponder," from examen "a means of weighing or testing," probably ultimately from exigere "weigh accurately" (see exact). Related: Examined; examining.