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[kuh n-vey-uh n-ser]
  1. a person engaged in conveyancing.
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Origin of conveyancer

First recorded in 1615–25; conveyance + -er1
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Examples from the Web for conveyancer

Historical Examples of conveyancer

  • The conveyancer met with but little opposition, and gained the day.

    Comical People


  • The secretary was Aquila M. Bolton, 'land broker and conveyancer.'

  • The solicitors lift, if introduced, will be called a conveyancer.

  • 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

    Benjamin Franklin

  • Mrs. Mary Mackey was "a real person," and the widow of a conveyancer in good practice.