[ tawrt-fee-zer, -zawr, -fee- ]
/ ˈtɔrtˈfi zər, -zɔr, -ˌfi- /
a person who commits a tort.
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British Dictionary definitions for tortfeasor
/ (ˈtɔːtˈfiːzə) /
law a person guilty of tort
Word Origin for tort-feasor
C17: from Old French, literally: wrongdoer, from tort + faiseur, from faire to do
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