careful examination

See: scrutiny
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They now made a more careful examination of the country around them.
After careful examination, he arrived at a favorable conclusion.
After a careful examination and sounding of the bewildered patient, dazed with shame, the celebrated doctor, having scrupulously washed his hands, was standing in the drawing room talking to the prince.
One of your ears is broken," Tip announced, after a careful examination.
And a few laughed, especially as a careful examination of the trap-doors and boards had put the idea of an accident out of the question.
At last, after a careful examination of the contents of the windows, made for the purpose of impressing the bystanders with the notion that he is going in to purchase a diamond bracelet or some such trifle, he enters, trying to do so with a careless swagger, and giving himself really the air of a member of the swell mob.
A careful examination of the balance of the tent revealed nothing more, at least nothing to indicate the presence of the jewels; but at the side where the blankets and clothing lay, the ape-man discovered that the tent wall had been loosened at the bottom, and presently he sensed that the Belgian had recently passed out of the tent by this avenue.
Sabin helped himself to fish, and made a careful examination of the sauce.
Van Helsing made a very careful examination of the patient.
I thought I knew, and, seizing a powerful magnifying glass from the litter of my pocket-pouch, I applied myself to a careful examination of the marble immediately about the pinhole in the door.
After making a careful examination of the place, it seemed to be just the location that we wanted in order to make our work effective and permanent.
I called in my agent and instructed him to go without delay and make a careful examination of these noted places, on foot, and bring me back a written report of the result, for insertion in my book.