comptroller

[ kuh n-troh-ler; spelling pronunciation komp-troh-ler ]SEE DEFINITION OF comptroller
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I went to the comptroller, and trusting in his probity I explained my scheme to him.

At the time of his retirement he was Comptroller of the Force.

Is there never a wise man in the realm to be a comptroller of the mint?

Differs from comptroller, which applies chiefly to the duties of an accompt.

Lambert, the Comptroller General, is thought to be very insecure.

Ahead we could see the inshore indentation of Comptroller Bay.

The Comptroller told me that there are eight people expect his staff.

The comptroller is the most passionless and unemotional of all railroad officials.

William Commendator of Culross filled the office of Comptroller from 1546 to 1550.

The comptroller settled the accounts, and was the book-keeper.

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