Meaning of scrutinizer in English:

scrutinizer

Pronunciation /ˈskruːtɪnʌɪzə/

noun

(also British scrutiniser)

See scrutinize

‘In sufficient numbers this message would get out through the party scrutinizers, they can't keep a secret.’
  • ‘Throughout the nation, ballot box scrutinizers have received specialized training in advance and are directly involved with the government.’
  • ‘The scrutinizers were subjected to an insignificant role, since scrutinized vehicles were ‘rescrutineered’ at the start line, thus wasting time and creating precedence.’
  • ‘Bankers viewed their role as conscientious scrutinizers of corporate loans, not as seekers of what amounted to kickbacks.’