executors

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

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And then came accounts of the executors, &c., in his banking jargon.

You and John Lovell, of Shorncliffe, were the executors to my father's will.

And to each of these executors he left a legacy of ten thousand dollars.

Twining was one of the executors, and could tell him everything.

Married women were granted the right to act as executors of wills in 1899.

Wills must be proved and executors qualified, before either has any validity.

“Bob and your humble servant being the said executors,” said the professor.

Many of these things were done after his death by his executors.

“But the executors might have something to say regarding such an action,” I remarked.

Yes, and leave it to be paid by our executors out of the estate.