interrogatively

interrogative

[in-tuh-rog-uh-tiv]
adjective
1.
of, pertaining to, or conveying a question.
2.
Grammar. forming, constituting, or used in or to form a question: an interrogative pronoun, suffix, particle, or sentence.
noun
3.
Grammar. an interrogative word, element, or construction, as who? and what?

Origin:
1510–20; < Late Latin interrogātīvus. See interrogate, -ive

interrogatively, adverb
uninterrogative, adjective
uninterrogatively, adverb
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interrogative (ˌɪntəˈrɒɡətɪv)
 
adj
1.  asking or having the nature of a question
2.  denoting a form or construction used in asking a question
3.  demonstrative Compare relative denoting or belonging to a class of words, such as which and whom, that are determiners, adjectives, or pronouns and serve to question which individual referent or referents are intended
 
n
4.  an interrogative word, phrase, sentence, or construction
5.  a question mark
 
inter'rogatively
 
adv

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