noun, plural in·ter·rog·a·to·ries.
Origin of interrogatory
Examples from the Web for interrogatories
Historical Examples of interrogatories
The interrogatories are to continue for three days, and the evidence is to be written down.Laws
He stood like a statue in the middle of the floor, and made no reply to the interrogatories.In School and Out
Of course I saw that these interrogatories were meant for me.The Quadroon
The answer to all these interrogatories is one and the some.The Ocean Waifs
Learn the lines one at a time by the method of interrogatories.One Thousand Secrets of Wise and Rich Men Revealed
C. A. Bogardus
noun plural -tories
1570s, from Late Latin interrogatorius "consisting of questions," from past participle stem of interrogare (see interrogation).