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quaestor

noun quaes·tor \ˈkwe-stər, ˈkwē-\

Definition of QUAESTOR

:  one of numerous ancient Roman officials concerned chiefly with financial administration

Variants of QUAESTOR

quaes·tor also ques·tor \ˈkwe-stər, ˈkwē-\

Origin of QUAESTOR

Middle English questor, from Latin quaestor, from quaerere
First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with QUAESTOR

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July 03, 2015
interpellate Hear it
to formally question a public official
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