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apparitor

noun ap·par·i·tor \ə-ˈper-ə-tər, -ˈpa-rə\

Definition of APPARITOR

:  an official formerly sent to carry out the orders of a magistrate, judge, or court

Origin of APPARITOR

Latin, from apparēre
First Known Use: 15th century

Rhymes with APPARITOR

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