adpromissor

noun ad·pro·mis·sor \ˌad-prō-ˈmi-sər, -ˌsȯr\

Definition of adpromissor

plural

adpromissors

also

adpromissores

\ˌad-ˌprä-mə-ˈsȯr-(ˌ)ēz\
  1. :  surety, bail

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Origin and Etymology of adpromissor

Late Latin adpromissor, appromissor one who gives bail, bail, from ad- + promissor promiser — more at promissor


First Known Use: 1675


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