Definition of interrogative :
1. A word used in asking questions; as, who? which? why?
2. Denoting a question; expressed in the form of a question; as, an interrogative sentence; an interrogative pronoun.
questioning (part of speech: adjective)
- It is clear that much of this reasoning applies to the relative powers of who, as well as to the interrogative. - "The English Language", Robert Gordon Latham.
- There are several white hens in the yard, and whensoever one crosses his path the bull, who does not pretend to discriminate, tosses his head with an interrogative gesture. - "Tropic Days", E. J. Banfield.
- Only is there any one to take a note home for me, to say where I'm gone; ' and then he added with that sweet smile of his, 'Some one will be more the true knight than ever, eh, you Griffith you- ' Griffith coloured a little, and Lady Peacock's eyes looked interrogative. - "Chantry House", Charlotte M. Yonge.