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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - An annually elected magistrate of the ancient Roman Republic.

Usage examples (27)
  • At a peak pretor population there are not enough elk left to feed all those predators, predators starve.
  • Britaine, persuaded the emperour Claudius to take the warre in hand at this time against the Britains, so that one Aulus Plautius a senatour, and as then pretor, was...
  • The pretor favored me by not requiring her presence.
  • Caesar and, though still young when he died, had become a senator and pretor. for more
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