Origin of creditor
Examples from the Web for creditor
He had already been involved with The Source, having been a creditor of the company.It Was All a Dream: Drama, Bullshit, and the Rebirth of The Source Magazine
October 14, 2014
Both you and the creditor would have been better off with moderate inflation than an outright breach.Japan's Bold, Limited New Economic Plan
April 4, 2013
It will be the second bailout of Greece and its creditor banks in a little more than a year.Greeks Want More Money
June 17, 2011
Therefore, he would never harm his creditor and former friend.Anatomy of a Massacre
August 19, 2009
He tried to evade immediate payment, but on this point his creditor was peremptory.Brave and Bold
Had the creek been their only creditor the Carters would have been fortunate.The Raid From Beausejour; And How The Carter Boys Lifted The Mortgage
Charles G. D. Roberts
It was a creditor in the shape of the man of whom she jobbed her carriages.
We have paid our debts; we have become a creditor rather than a debtor nation.Latin America and the United States
And I notice you don't seem to consider your creditor in this business.Stories of a Western Town
- a person or commercial enterprise to whom money is owedCompare debtor
Word Origin and History for creditor
mid-15c., from Anglo-French creditour, Old French creditour (early 14c.), from Latin creditor "truster, lender," from creditus, past participle of credere (see credo).
One to whom a debt is owed.