- a person who investigates.
Origin of scrutator
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Examples from the Web for scrutator
"Scrutator," who followed, disclaimed any personal grievance.
As usual in such cases, 'Scrutator' proceeded to make short work of him.Sharps and Flats
John Nevil Maskelyne
Scrutator” tells us that in the time of Mr. Meynell “it was not the fashion to have second horses in the field.The Horsewoman
Alice M. Hayes
A remonstrance has reached me from Scrutator on the subject of Knot I., which he declares was "no problem at all."A Tangled Tale
- a person who examines or scrutinizes
from Latin, from scrūtārī to search
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