Monk was with his troops in Scotland, but had declared himself an approver of the proceedings of the Parliament.
If ye will have God author and approver of your reformation, ye must not follow their footsteps.
"Nay, if your greatness requires more proof, I can give you some now," continued the approver.
I would have turned "approver" against my father rather than gone on in this fashion.
The statement of the approver confirmed the declarations of the other witnesses, and both prisoners were found guilty.
Oates was the principal witness against them; but he was followed by Praunce, an approver, and others.
Miswritten as approver in the seventeenth century, though distinct from approve (from approbare).
I would rather pay for every breakfast, and even every dinner, eaten by me since here I came, than take money as an approver.
Certainly, he said; that is what the approver of injustice says.
As a counsellor she was not wanted; but as an approver, (a much safer character,) she was truly welcome.