questor

[kwes-ter, kwee-ster]
noun Roman History.
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quaestor or questor (ˈkwiːstə, -tɔː, ˈkwɛstə)
 
n
any of several magistrates of ancient Rome, usually a financial administrator
 
[C14: from Latin, from quaerere to inquire]
 
questor or questor
 
n
 
[C14: from Latin, from quaerere to inquire]
 
quaestorial or questor
 
adj
 
'quaestorship or questor
 
n

questor (ˈkwɛstə)
 
n
(US) a variant of quaestor
 
questorial
 
adj
 
'questorship
 
n

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Questor was a fee-based oriented investment adviser, when in fact, it rarely ever collected fees.
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