Definition of Inquisitor General in English:

Inquisitor General

Line breaks: In|quisi|tor Gen|eral

noun

The head of the Spanish Inquisition.
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  • The film features the Spanish Inquisition as part of a plot in 1500 when the Grand Inquisitor threatens Queen Isabella's life.
  • The command was too agreeable not to be obeyed and, from this time, the unrestricted power of appointment was in the hands of the inquisitor-general.

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