[ US /ˈkwɛstʃənɝ/ ]
[ UK /kwˈɛst‍ʃənɐ/ ]
  1. someone who asks a question
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How To Use questioner In A Sentence

  • I am delighted to assure the questioner that I would not support any regime that I regarded as punitive.
  • It was a farrago of non-sequitur and half-truth, attacking the questioners for things they had neither said nor thought. THE SCAR
  • When you make an inference important to your study of the sources, you become a questioner. A Short Guide to Writing About History
  • Poor air quality causes severe health problems, as was noted by the previous questioner.
  • Questioner : Is the witness - consciousness permanent or not?
  • It is one of the things that bugs agnostics, or questioners.
  • It also helps to prevent the discussion being hijacked suddenly by a questioner in a totally different direction.
  • His instinct was to blank his questioners, shake hands with the leader and exit swiftly.
  • Indeed, all progress depends on the sceptic, the questioner, the person who does not wholly conform.
  • Asked why one heavy user ( "dweeb" was the term of art from the questioner) could slow an entire network, McSlarrow said that capacity is still primarily devoted to downstream information, but upstream capacity has been strained by the rise of peer-to-peer networks. C - Advertising News
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