Procurator [noun]

Definition of Procurator:

person who is trained to counsel or argue in cases of law

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Sentence/Example of Procurator:

"Ah, I see," said the Procurator General, suppressing a366 smile.

The man says that he is the son of M. de Bragadin, the procurator's brother.

The czar appointed his former tutor as Procurator of the Holy Synod.

The procurator describes this commerce, both domestic and foreign.

"It was a mild night, he might have opened one himself," replied the Procurator Fiscal.

It is my will that you be procurator, and that is tantamount to the votes of the whole senate.

Now I have written about these affairs to Cuspius Fadus, my procurator.

Such was the Roman procurator and such the people with whom he had to deal.

And the centurion reported what had happened to the procurator.

The procurator says: If thou wishest to say anything, say on.