Tell, in each sentence, whether who or whom is an interrogative or a relative pronoun.
He was a sharp child, interrogative in mind, and extremely loquacious.
Now the practice of interrogative Analysis compels such persons to interrogate—to propose questions—to think.
"Blood," he said, as if in answer to Berrington's interrogative glance.
His tone was interrogative, but he did not wait to hear her opinion on the subject, but at once repaired to the parlour.
With interrogative sentences should come the answers to them.
He was a tall man with a pointed beard, and he advanced towards her in interrogative silence, flicking a cigarette.
The accent was interrogative, although it was plain that only one answer was expected.
This is the regular form of interrogative in the third person.
But coming out of my stateroom with an interrogative “Mr. Jacobus?”