A person who asks questions, especially in an interview or interrogation.
Mid 16th century: from latin questionarius, from questionari 'to ask questions'.
- The questioner asked the candidate about his previous experience in the field.
- The questioner was known for his sharp, incisive questions that often caught people off guard.
- The questioner's line of inquiry was focused on the witness's involvement in the crime.
- The questioner was a seasoned journalist, who had interviewed many influential people in his career.
- The questioner asked the expert to explain his findings in layman's terms, so that everyone in the audience could understand.
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