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inquirer

[ in-kwahyuhr-er ]
/ ɪnˈkwaɪər ər /
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a person who asks a question or seeks to learn about something, often someone whose character it is to do so:The answer to any question is available within a second or two on the Internet, but it's up to the inquirer to evaluate the validity of the answer.Any inquirer into scientific truth must be absolutely confident that the whole world makes a certain kind of sense.

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