Proproctor
Proproctor Pro*proc"tor, n. [Pref. pro- + proctor.] [Eng. Univ.] A assistant proctor. --Hook. [1913 Webster]

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  • proproctor — prō+ noun Etymology: pro (II) + proctor : an assistant or deputy proctor (as at an English university) * * * proproctor /prō prokˈtər/ noun A proctor s substitute or assistant ORIGIN: ↑pro 1 (2) …   Useful english dictionary

  • proproctor — pro·proctor …   English syllables

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