verb (used with object), scru·ti·nized, scru·ti·niz·ing.
verb (used without object), scru·ti·nized, scru·ti·niz·ing.
Origin of scrutinize
Examples from the Web for scrutinize
The NCAA likes to scrutinize and monitor their chattel in the event that money flows their way from outside jobs.
She lost her actual sight at the moment she was ready to scrutinize herself.Blindness as a Way of Seeing: Candia McWilliam’s Powerful Memoir|Lucy Scholes|April 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
There is little sign that Beijing has the appetite to scrutinize its own policy errors, though some in China have pointed the way.
Others will scrutinize the menu, the décor, and the floral arrangements.
When the police arrived it was to scrutinize and remove the Richard Prince.
The woman had at last had time to scrutinize the looks of the young man.The Delight Makers|Adolf Bandelier
Then before the girls could reply, the grey eyes that could be so sharply penetrating turned to scrutinize Dories.The Phantom Yacht|Carol Norton
It is possible to glance cursorily at both figures and mirror, and it is also possible to scrutinize them narrowly.What To Do?|Count Lyof N. Tolstoi
I must scrutinize every phase of her power, and you must help me.Victor Ollnee's Discipline|Hamlin Garland
Not many will take the pains to scrutinize the various lists closely.The Jew and American Ideals|John Spargo