What is another word for Crowner?

Pronunciation: [kɹˈa͡ʊnə] (IPA)

The word "crowner" typically refers to a medical examiner or coroner, but there are several synonyms to describe an individual who performs this role. One is a forensic pathologist, who investigates the cause of death and performs autopsies. Another synonym is a medical examiner, who uses medical expertise to determine the cause and manner of death. A coroner investigator is another term for someone who investigates deaths and assists the coroner in determining the cause of death. Other synonyms include death investigator, forensic specialist, and coroner's assistant. Each of these terms describes an individual who plays an important role in investigating and determining the cause of death.

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What are the hypernyms for Crowner?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Crowner

"Miss Hyde, I can't help but say, if it does puff you up, that are dodge of yours was a Crowner; I heard it and all Babylon said: my!
"Wives and Widows; or The Broken Life"
Ann S. Stephens
Niver say die till yur dead, and the Crowner are holdin' his 'quest over yur karkidge.
"The Lone Ranche"
Captain Mayne Reid
I 'll not have my family affairs paraded in the newspapers for nothing, and all Mrs. Magee's little wakenesses exposed, after she's left this wicked world, and the Crowner has set on her, and she's been dacently buried at the city's expinse, hard on to six years."
"Stories of Many Lands"
Grace Greenwood

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