Definition of interrogational in US English:

interrogational

adjective

  • See interrogation

    • ‘Many, however, will likely be deported, often to countries that don't offer protection from interrogational abuse.’
    • ‘I lecture each year at the Department of Public Safety of Texas, the Texas rangers, primarily, and I conduct interrogational seminars throughout the United States - ten to fifteen a year.’
    • ‘At the same time the model does not completely bar the possibility that interrogational torture will be used by officials and later ratified by the public.’
    • ‘There is gratuitous torture, interrogational torture, judicial torture, vengeful torture, intimidational torture, torture as punishment and noble cause torture.’
    • ‘In applied ethics, my two most extensive research programs are on the moral permissibility of interrogational torture and on ethical issues surrounding new technologies.’

Pronunciation

interrogational

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