So Rangel, bereft of that narrative, chose instead to question the intelligence of a pesky, inquisitorial journalist.
By contrast, the European system is described as "inquisitorial."
He came toward her, his inquisitorial eye softened a little by his consciousness of the affection that had inspired her visit.
Unflinchingly he stands the inquisitorial glance, and for the time Phoebe is foiled.
Even a papal legate was not to interfere with them or inquire into heresy within their inquisitorial districts.
I intend to be inquisitorial, as the committee say they are,--but not impertinently so.
The inquisitorial process as thus perfected was sure of its victim.
On the other hand, the officials were inquisitorial and rapacious.
After that, the sound of the inquisitorial voices seemed merged in one dreamy indeterminate hum.
Duncan assumed the inquisitorial air his chief had in a marked degree.