Examples of scrutiny in a Sentence
the close scrutiny of data
I'd never faced that kind of scrutiny before.
Because of their past crimes, everything they do now will be subject to scrutiny.
Her opinion is based on a careful scrutiny of the text.
Recent Examples of scrutiny from the Web
The DoJ’s scrutiny of Glencore’s operations in Venezuela and Nigeria, meanwhile, is likely to involve oil trading.
For-profit colleges came under scrutiny during the Obama administration for targeting low-income and minority students who borrow heavily to pay for them, only to earn often worthless degrees.
The scrutiny the two senators face is far from unfamiliar.
Recently, complex surveillance technologies, like a service that Amazon pitched to law enforcement, have come under scrutiny.
Its integrity and standards should come under public scrutiny.
The conditions in the facilities housing children have come under scrutiny.
Under scrutiny, the Louisville police pulled the task force out of Worldport in September 2016 and withdrew from the federal program that had given it $200,000 a year.
Evergreen Park School District 124 on Thursday rescinded its offer of employment to a middle school principal whose past workplace conduct came under scrutiny shortly after his hiring was announced last month.
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SCRUTINY Defined for English Language Learners
: the act of carefully examining something especially in a critical way : the act of scrutinizing something
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