- a person who vouches for the innocence and truthful testimony of another.
Origin of compurgator
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Associated words: compurgation, compurgator, compurgatorial.Putnam's Word Book
Louis A. Flemming
I'll be your compurgator for the handle of a fan; I know love has brought many into the world, but let out none.
The head of a homestead was an aire, a representative freeman capable of acting as a witness, compurgator and bail.