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Inquisitor vs. Interrogator

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Inquisitornoun

A person who inquires, especially searchingly or ruthlessly.

Interrogatornoun

One who interrogates; a person who asks questions; a questioner.

Inquisitornoun

(historical) An official of the ecclesiastical court of the Inquisition.

Interrogatornoun

A device that requests data from another device.

Inquisitornoun

An inquisitive person; one fond of asking questions.

Interrogatornoun

One who asks questions; a questioner.

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Inquisitornoun

One whose official duty it is to examine and inquire, as coroners, sheriffs, etc.

Interrogatornoun

a questioner who is excessively harsh

Inquisitornoun

A member of the Court of Inquisition.

Inquisitornoun

a questioner who is excessively harsh

Inquisitornoun

an official of the ecclesiastical court of the Inquisition

Inquisitor

An inquisitor was an official (usually with judicial or investigative functions) in an inquisition – an organization or program intended to eliminate heresy and other things contrary to the doctrine or teachings of the Catholic faith. Literally, an inquisitor is one who or (Latin inquirere < quaerere, 'to seek').

‘searches out’; ‘inquires’;

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