Origin of prolocutor
Related formspro·loc·u·tor·ship, noun
Examples from the Web for prolocutor
The Prolocutor was to be chosen by the members: and the only moderate man who had a chance of being chosen was Tillotson.The History of England from the Accession of James II.|Thomas Babington Macaulay
Mr Prolocutor Weston disputed with the beer-pot at his elbow, and forgot not his devoirs thereto in the course thereof.Robin Tremayne|Emily Sarah Holt
The prolocutor absenting himself from the convocation, the archbishop pronounced sentence of contumacy against him.
Olivia undertook to be our prolocutor, and delivered the whole in a summary way, only saying, 'We were thrown from our horses.'The Vicar of Wakefield|Oliver Goldsmith
Of the convocation which was assembled with the new parliament, the lower house chose Dr. Atterbury their prolocutor.