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Use "enquirer" in a sentence
""Does this mean that any legitimate inquiry into the qualifications, competence and performance of the official in and of itself labels the enquirer a racist?"
"'Not only did Hicks Jnr label the enquirer an' idiot ', he followed this up with an expletive-ridden tirade."
"Then let me tell you that you are doing just the reverse; the encouragement which you offer would have been all very well had I myself believed that I knew what I was talking about: to declare the truth about matters of high interest which a man honours and loves among wise men who love him need occasion no fear or faltering in his mind; but to carry on an argument when you are yourself only a hesitating enquirer, which is my condition, is a dangerous and slippery thing; and the danger is not that I shall be laughed at (of which the fear would be childish), but that I shall miss the truth where I have most need to be sure of my footing, and drag my friends after me in my fall."