Idiom: under scrutiny / under close scrutiny
Note: This idiom is often used with the verbs "keep" and "come."
— After I was caught smoking, my parents of kept me under intensive scrutiny.
— The police had three people under close scrutiny for the theft of the art gallery’s paintings.
— The movie star's previous interviews and statements came under close scrutiny after he was accused of racism and sexism.
— My children have been under a lot of scrutiny since I ran for public office.
— I was anorexic so my eating and exercises are always under scrutiny.
— If you become a YouTube star, your entire life will be under a lot of scrutiny.
— Our firm's finances came under a lot of scrutiny after our failed audit.
— I don't mind being under scrutiny because I have nothing to hide or be ashamed of.
— It's one thing to be under scrutiny and it's another to have paparazzi practically running you off the road while you're running errands on the weekend.
— Many job applicants are surprised that their social media profiles come under scrutiny by their potential employers.
— The lives of famous people come under endless scrutiny. It's one of the prices of fame.
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