- procurator fiscal,
- procursive epilepsy,
Origin of procurer
Examples from the Web for procurer
The common report hath gone, that earle Edrike was the procurer of this villanous act, and that (as some write) his sonne did it.Holinshed Chronicles, Volume I, Complete|Raphaell Holinshed
And what credit can the poor clerk of a procurer have, pray?Ten Years Later|Alexandre Dumas, Pere
One of these, The Prisse Papyrus, so named from its procurer, is held to be the oldest papyrus in existence.The Reign of the Manuscript|Perry Wayland Sinks
In their letter to the procurer they literally wrote: It is self-understood that we cannot pay anything in advance.Woman and Socialism|August Bebel
No words of judge or moralist are too strong to condemn the procurer and his master, the divekeeper.
feminine procuress (prəˈkjʊərɪs)
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.