What is another word for executor?

Pronunciation: [ɛɡzˈɛkjuːtə] (IPA)

An executor is someone who is delegated to carry out a specific task or duty. There are many synonyms that can be used to describe an executor, such as administrator, custodian, agent, trustee, and manager. Each word represents a different facet of the executor's role, depending on the type of task or duty they are performing. For example, an administrator may be an executor of an estate, while a custodian may be an executor of a piece of property. An agent may be an executor of a contract, while a trustee may be an executor of a trust. A manager may be an executor of a business or project. Regardless of the synonym used to describe an executor, their job is to fulfill the task or duty assigned to them with integrity and competence.

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Usage examples for Executor

Nothing further has any interest for me-My will was deposed six months ago in the court of justice-You are my executor-I thank you once more for your faithful and firm friendship--Let this be my last word.
"The Dead Lake and Other Tales"
Paul Heyse
This surviving executor was an old friend of the artist, whose portrait, in the Windsor Gallery, he had painted eleven years before-Hans of Antwerp, a master-goldsmith of the Steelyard.
"Holbein"
Beatrice Fortescue
We have had handed down to us from the pen of Edmund Howes, his literary executor, a well-drawn word-portrait of Stow.
"England in the Days of Old"
William Andrews

Famous quotes with Executor

  • A dinner invitation, once accepted, is a sacred obligation. If you die before the dinner takes place, your executor must attend.
    Ward McAllister
  • All men without distinction, are allured by immediate advantages. Great minds alone are excited by distant good. So long as wisdom in it's projects, calculates upon wisdom, or relies upon it's own strength, it forms none by chimerical schemes - and runs the risk of making itself the laughter of the world. But it is certain of success, and can reckon upon aid and admiration, when it finds a place in it's plans for barbarism, rapacity and superstition and can render the selifsh passions of mankind the executor of its' purposes.
    Friedrich Schiller

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