[kuh n-vey-uh n-ser]
- a person engaged in conveyancing.
Origin of conveyancer
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Examples from the Web for conveyancer
The conveyancer met with but little opposition, and gained the day.Comical People
The secretary was Aquila M. Bolton, 'land broker and conveyancer.'Pittsburgh in 1816
The solicitors lift, if introduced, will be called a conveyancer.Mr. Punch in Wig and Gown
The two first were clerks to an eminent scrivener or conveyancer in the town, Charles Brogden; the other was clerk to a merchant.Franklin's Autobiography
Mrs. Mary Mackey was "a real person," and the widow of a conveyancer in good practice.