executor

[ ig-zek-yuh-ter or for 1, ek-si-kyoo-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF executor

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She had absolute faith in this man, who besides was the executor of my father's will.

As for yourself, you know that you represent the late Captain's executor.

A married woman can be executor, administrator, guardian or trustee.

A married woman may act as executor, administrator or guardian.

It was so agreeable to be on amicable terms with her father's executor.

And by November 29th Holbein's had come, and one executor's also, apparently.

The executor was overwhelmed with horror, and asked time for thought.

You see he is the executor and administrator of Stephen Waller's estate.

"I will see Mr. Woodward's executor tomorrow morning," said Raeburn.

Erected by Hieronymus Picus, fiduciary-commissioner and executor of her will.

WORD ORIGIN

late 13c., from Anglo-French executour, from Latin executorem/exsecutorem, agent noun from exsequi/exsequi (see execution). Fem. form executrix is attested from late 14c.

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