Definition of Prolocutors

1. Noun. (plural of prolocutor) ¹



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Definition of Prolocutors

1. prolocutor [n] - See also: prolocutor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prolocutors

prolixious
prolixities
prolixity
prolixly
prolixness
proll
prolled
proller
prollers
prolling
prolls
prolly
prolocution
prolocutions
prolocutor
prolocutors (current term)
prolocutorship
prolocutorships
prologed
prologing
prologise
prologist
prologists
prologize
prologized
prologizer
prologizes
prologizing
prologomenon
prologomenons

Literary usage of Prolocutors

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1. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1886)
"In the second parliament of 1397, which met at Westminster on 17 Sept., Sir John Bussy, Sir William Bagot, and Sir Thomas Green acted as prolocutors of the ..."

2. Arguments and Decisions, in Remarkable Cases: Before the High Court of by John Maclaurin Dreghorn (1774)
"... acted as prolocutors J. Anciently pannels who were unable to fee lawyers applied, to the council, ..."

3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1852)
"Resolutions were ultimately passed requesting the prolocutors to name a committee of grievances for the next sitting, referring to such committee the paper ..."

4. History of Scotland [1149-1603] by Patrick Fraser Tytler (1841)
"March and his prolocutors were then re-admitted, and the doomster declared it to be the decision of the parliament, that, in consequence of the forfeiture ..."

5. History of Scotland by Patrick Fraser Tytler (1829)
"March and his prolocutors were then re-admitted, and the doomster declared it to be the decision of the parliament, after mature deliberation, that, ..."

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