Origin of signatory
OTHER WORDS FROM signatorynon·sig·na·to·ry, adjective, noun, plural non·sig·na·to·ries.
How to use signatory in a sentence
Which may explain why, with less than a week left in its petition drive, FRC had yet to crack 10,000 signatories.
Signatories of the most recent letter rose yesterday in objection, for now, at least, to new sanctions.
An extradition pact assumes that the signatories play by similar rules of justice and have similar values.Putin Toys With Obama as Syria Burns and Snowden Runs Free|Garry Kasparov|July 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
On June 20, 1999, we published the letter as a full-page ad in The New York Times with 99 Senate signatories.
It's early days yet, so it has only about 2,000 signatories so far.
It is not easy to be sure what are the principles which the signatories of this Report wish to see accepted by the public.
That this interpretation is not unwarranted is shown by the explanation given by one of the signatories of the Majority Report.
I gather that the signatories of the Quadruple Alliance attribute his submission to the news of the signing of their treaty.
In 1830 the signatories of the celebrated decrees which led to the fall of Charles X., MM.
Besides the former signatories, all the South American States were represented.