What is another word for Examined?

Pronunciation: [ɛɡzˈamɪnd] (IPA)

Examining is the process of thoroughly inspecting or studying something or someone. Synonyms for examined could include scrutinized, analyzed, evaluated, assessed, surveyed, observed, and inspected. To scrutinize something is to closely examine it with great attention to detail, while analyzing typically refers to breaking something down into its components for better understanding. To evaluate means to assess the value or worth of something, while surveying often involves gathering information from multiple sources to get a comprehensive view. Observing can mean passively watching something while inspected suggests more active searching for flaws or problems. All of these synonyms convey the idea of carefully examining something in order to gain understanding or make a judgement.

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Usage examples for Examined

She Examined her card to see with whom she had the next dance.
"Marjorie Dean High School Freshman"
Pauline Lester
I've often Examined it.
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine
Each in his own way has during the past four years Examined the polar problem and pronounced in favor of Dr. Cook.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook

Famous quotes with Examined

  • First they junked the concept of “justice.” Examined semantically “justice” has no referent—there is no observable phenomenon in the space-time-matter continuum to which one can point, and say, “This is justice.” Science can deal only with that which can be observed and measured. Justice is not such a matter; therefore it can never have the same meaning to one as to another; any “noises” said about it will only add to confusion. But damage, physical or economic, can be pointed to and measured. Citizens were forbidden by the Covenant to damage another. Any act not leading to damage, physical or economic, to some particular person, they declared to be lawful.
    Robert A. Heinlein

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