He himself was to be the showy partner, the originator of schemes and procurer of business, the brilliant man before the world.
He combined two professions, that of cobbler by day and a procurer of girls by night.
She was drugged by the procurer and awoke the next morning to find that she was a prisoner in a house of ill fame.
That evening, he wrote to the procurer of the Republique at Rouen.
Through information received from letters and many other ways, we are constantly on the lookout for the procurer.
X 88 drunkard, lighthouse and procurer, works for X 34 at this address.
One wrote that she was compelled to pay her procurer from $5 to $6 daily.
The common report hath gone, that earle Edrike was the procurer of this villanous act, and that (as some write) his sonne did it.
She is under the most constant surveillance, both by the keeper to whom she is "let" and by the procurer who owns her.
The procurer or the pimp may put his woman into a disorderly house, sharing profits with the “madam”.
late 14c., "advocate, spokesman," from Anglo-French procurour, Old French procureur (13c., Modern French procureur), from Latin procuratorem (see procurator). Meaning "contriver" is from mid-15c. Specifically of one who supplies women to gratify the lusts of another from 1630s. Fem. form procuress is shortened from Old French procureresse.