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questor

[ kwes-ter, kwee-ster ]

noun

, Roman History.
  1. a variant of quaestor.


questor

/ ˈkwɛstə; kwɛˈstɔːrɪəl /

noun

  1. a variant of quaestor


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Derived Forms

  • ˈquestorˌship, noun
  • questorial, adjective

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Example Sentences

Avrial stayed with Rossel in the questor's office, while Johannard went to apprise the Council of their arrival.

Accordingly the Deputies, including the Speaker, Deschanel, thronged to the questor's office.

Dispatching the questor with this order, he summoned Gianni to his presence.

Those galleys which he had left he distributed to the questor, lieutenants, and officers of the cavalry.

After the death of Sylla, he was appointed questor and sent to Sicily.

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