What matters is that there is a programme given for discussion and we are able to scrutinise its nature and bearing.
To collect, scrutinise, and appraise facts is his chief business.Science.
But, as the girl turned away, something in her manner made Mrs. Morgan scrutinise her keenly.
Fortunately Fernand does not see, else he might scrutinise them more closely.
He implored the jury, as they valued their oaths, to scrutinise this part of the case most heedfully.
I pry not into other men's lives, nor scrutinise their actions.
We are bound to scrutinise with care every provision of this brand-new polity.
He alone had the courage to scrutinise the slave-girl carefully.
The lover of life will scrutinise death at its ugliest and worst, blinking no hideous fact.
There is no sarcastic person whose life, if you scrutinise it closely, will not be found full of vices and improprieties.