noun Roman History.
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Origin of quaestor
OTHER WORDS FROM quaestorquaes·to·ri·al [kwe-stawr-ee-uhl, -stohr-, kwee-], /kwɛˈstɔr i əl, -ˈstoʊr-, kwi-/, adjectivequaes·tor·ship, noun
Words nearby quaestor
Example sentences from the Web for quaestor
The Quaestor glared at the men to make sure they understood.The Status Civilization|Robert Sheckley
In the course of nine centuries, the office of quaestor had experienced a very singular revolution.
Before their resolves had transpired, a quaestor and some tribunes were commissioned to take his devoted life.
The traveller will not venture alone, but awaits the companionship on the road of an ambassador, a quaestor or a proconsul.The Golden Sayings of Epictetus|Epictetus
One side—the shortest—of it was occupied by the prefecture, in which the Aedile and Quaestor lived.Historical Miniatures|August Strindberg