quaes·tu·ary | \ ˈkwes(h)chəˌwerē, ˈkwēs-\
Definition of quaestuary
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: interested in or undertaken for monetary gain or profit this may be termed the quaestuary class, this being the end which they aim at— J. F. Ferrier
Definition of quaestuary (Entry 2 of 2)
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