noun tro·ver \ˈtrō-vər\

Definition of TROVER

:  a common law action to recover the value of goods wrongfully converted to another's own use

Origin of TROVER

Anglo-French, finding, trover, from trover to find
First Known Use: 1594

Rhymes with TROVER


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