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interrogatory

[ in-tuh-rog-uh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]
/ 藢瑟n t蓹藞r蓲g 蓹藢t蓴r i, -藢to蕣r i /
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adjective
conveying or expressing a question; interrogative.
noun, plural in路ter路rog路a路to路ries.
a question; inquiry.
Law. a formal or written question.
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Origin of interrogatory

From the Late Latin word interrog膩t艒rius, dating back to 1525鈥35. See interrogate, -tory1

OTHER WORDS FROM interrogatory

in路ter路rog路a路to路ri路ly [in-tuh-rog-uh-tawr-uh-lee, -tohr-, -rog-uh-tawr-, -tohr-], /藢瑟n t蓹藞r蓲g 蓹藢t蓴r 蓹 li, -藢to蕣r-, -藢r蓲g 蓹藞t蓴r-, -藞to蕣r-/, adverbun路in路ter路rog路a路to路ry, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for interrogatory

interrogatory
/ (藢瑟nt蓹藞r蓲伞蓹t蓹r瑟, -tr瑟) /

adjective
expressing or involving a question
noun plural -tories
a question or interrogation

Derived forms of interrogatory

interrogatorily, adverb
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