Inquisitorial definitions

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Of, relating to, or having the function of an inquisitor.
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Relating to a legal proceeding in which the judge is both actively involved in determining the facts and in deciding the outcome.
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Extremely inquisitive or prying.
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Of or like an inquisitor or inquisition.
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Inquisitive; prying.
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Of or pertaining to an inquisition, specifically the Inquisition.
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In a manner of inquisition or inquisitors.
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(law) Describing a trial system in which the prosecutor also acts as judge.
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Origin of inquisitorial

inquisitor +‎ -ial