noun Roman History.
Related formspro·prae·to·ri·al [proh-pri-tawr-ee-uh l, -tohr-] /ˌproʊ prɪˈtɔr i əl, -ˈtoʊr-/, pro·prae·to·ri·an, adjective
Examples from the Web for propraetor
The officer assented, and Beric with Boduoc and another subchief followed him to the house of the propraetor.
That of Titus Otacilius the propraetor was first read in the senate.The History of Rome; Books Nine to Twenty-Six|Titus Livius
Lugdunensian Gaul belonged to the imperial provinces, and therefore possessed a propraetor and a larger garrison.Quintus Claudius, Volume 2 of 2|Ernst Eckstein
Were I propraetor of Britain, I would rule them differently.
Soon after they had finished an officer came in and requested Beric to accompany him to the propraetor.