Definition of Interpellator
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Interpellator
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1. Tyronis thesaurus: or, Entick's Latin-English dictionary, with a classical by John Entick (1834)
"... •disturb, hinder, demand, require. Interpellare debitorem, to enter an action against a debtor. interpellator, oris. m. 3. a disturber, an interrupter. ..."
2. Memoirs of Prince Metternich: 1773- by Robina Napier, Clemens Wenzel Lothar Metternich, Gerard W. Smith (1881)
"and his lamentations, obliged the interpellator to repeat twenty times the same series of questions, when at last M. de Laval, rubbing his forehead, said, ..."
3. The History and Nature of International Relations by Edmund Aloysius Walsh (1922)
"If the Chancellor consented to answer, the interpellator presented his views, the Chancellor or his representative replied and a debate followed if desired ..."
4. The Diplomacy of the War of 1914 by Ellery Cory Stowell (1915)
"... Germany's interests, the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs asked whether the interpellator thought the Government should make war for this purpose. ..."
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