inquisitor

[ in-kwiz-i-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF inquisitor

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INQUISITOR

Katherine rose and gazed at him with the austerity of an inquisitor.

In vain did the Inquisitor of the Faith strive to shake his constancy.

Phelps was not asking me these things, the inquisitor was actually telling me.

"The Inquisitor calls you when he wants you," the bald man said.

"I will tell the Inquisitor you wish to see him," the bald guard said.

What the execution of the Inquisitor's office meant, is, alas!

Joan paid the cabman and followed her inquisitor into the office.

The Frenchman darted a quick and angry look at his inquisitor.

I asked again, as an inquisitor might say, 'Have you had enough?'

If he could work upon the fears of the Inquisitor, they might yet be saved.

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