Definition of "interrogatory" [in•ter•rog•a•to•ry]
Asking a question; of the nature of a question; interrogative.(adjective)
Law A formal or written question, as to a witness, usually requiring an answer under oath.(noun)
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Use "interrogatory" in a sentence
"The crime section of the blogopshere is in interrogatory mode tonight."
"Filmmaker Errol Morris has grown famous and revered as the pioneer of what could be called interrogatory cinema -- …"
"The Goddamn Parrot made some kind of interrogatory noise."