prosecutor

[ pros-i-kyoo-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF prosecutor

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROSECUTOR

Prosecutor followed, stopped her, and said, 'I've got you now.'

Our Prosecutor was admirable—and that Etchepare is the lowest swine.

Prosecutor—“Very likely, your honor; there were two stolen.”

“It is never too late for justice, Mr. Prosecutor,” said he.

“My appointment with the Prosecutor is at ten-thirty,” said Mr. Parker briskly.

The Prosecutor for the Crown then rose, and summed up the evidence.

Don't you think we can cut all that sort of thing out, Mr. Prosecutor?

Wasn't that a terrible arraignment of Prosecutor Murgatroyd!

Gilles cries out that the Prosecutor is a liar and a traitor.

With a gesture, brushing away his tears, the Prosecutor arrested the proceedings.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PROSECUTOR

prosecution

nounthe prosecuting party in a criminal action
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