Definition of Interrogatee

1. n. One who is interrogated.



Definition of Interrogatee

1. Noun. Someone who undergoes an interrogation. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Interrogatee

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Interrogatee

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interresting
interrex
interrexes
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interridge distance
interring
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interrogatee (current term)
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Literary usage of Interrogatee

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1. Torture and Ill-Treatment: Israel's Interrogation of Palestinians from the by Human Rights Watch/Middle East (1994)
"When 1 arrived in the waiting cell 1 saw the interrogatee pounding his head and ... The interrogatee was released from waiting and was allowed to sit in the ..."

2. The Works of Jeremy Bentham by Jeremy Bentham, John Bowring (1843)
"Indicatory, the interrogatee is responsible, as if it were in any other. So the interrogator, for any falsity asserted on the occasion of, or implied in, ..."

3. Official aptitude maximized; expense minimized: as shewn in the several by Jeremy Bentham (1830)
"For falsity committed in this Judicatory, the interrogatee is responsible, as if it were in any other. So the interrogator, for any falsity asserted on the ..."

4. On Causation: With a Chapter on Belief by Charles Arthur Mercier (1916)
"The proper course for the interrogatee is to resent the insult to his intelligence. Suspension of judgement is an extremely important attitude of mind, ..."

5. On Causation: With a Chapter on Belief by Charles Arthur Mercier (1916)
"The proper course for the interrogatee is to resent the insult to his intelligence. Suspension of judgement is an extremely important attitude of mind, ..."

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