- v. Simple past tense and past participle of quiz.
“Because I'm getting some reports that they took you in and kind of quizzed you.”
“To be fair to the plod, they only 'quizzed' the bloke, they didn't arrest, caution, search his office or send him of to a Socialist Brothers Reprogramming Community.”
“The documents, hard disks and DVDs will be scanned after which former directors and other senior officials of Satyam will be "quizzed", Kaumudi said.”
“The only bystander who appeared to have a twinkle of cynicism in his eye joked about being "quizzed" on the surprisingly academic material, and told me he expected Fairey would be "preaching to the choir" rather than facing hard questions about fair use.”
“He'd bought shares in various companies, attended shareholders 'meetings and "quizzed" the directors about their puny return (it said in my cuttings file).”
“But still the Mail couches it's news of legal drugs in Murphy's home by saying Simon Monjack is to be "quizzed".”
“quizzed" about this massacre in a lecture yesterday.”
“She was in Paris over the weekend so I quizzed her on her impressions of the rent-a-bike system.”
“When Obama is quizzed about portions of the bill, he doesn't know the answer, but he wants us to back it.”
“I remember how my mother quizzed me in mathematics first thing in the morning and would often demand, "Don't make me solve it for you.”
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