[ UK /kwˈɛstɐ/ ]
  1. someone making a search or inquiry
    they are seekers after truth
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How To Use quester In A Sentence

  • What was supposed to be a sequestered monastic retreat became a hive of modern American productive activity.
  • The jury were sequestered during the trial.
  • One of the most appealing things about the questers in The Wizard of Oz is that they already possessed what they sought - they simply needed the quest to reveal their hitherto hidden qualities.
  • Mr. Palomar is a quester after knowledge, a visionary in a world sublime and ridiculous.
  • Eventually he sequestered himself in a tower on Mt. Soledad, overlooking La Jolla, and wrote book after book after book.
  • 'Resdved, That the commissioners for coqapoundiog be Im - powered and required to seise and sequester all the estate, real and personal, of the said Lord Craven, and to receive the rents, Collins's Peerage of England; Genealogical, Biographical, and Historical
  • Yet he himself was a middle-class intellectual who disdained the working class and sequestered himself for decades inside the British Library in lieu of direct observation of the conditions he railed against.
  • That runs counter to the finding of the judge that he has realisable assets in a certain amount in excess of those sums which have been sequestered.
  • If he was wealthy and well loved, he could sequester himself in his own home. HERE BE DRAGONS
  • The title character, with a name that recalls the famous telescope, is a quester after knowledge, a visionary in a world sublime and ridiculous.
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