Meaning of exactor in English:


Pronunciation /ɪɡˈzaktə/ /ɛɡˈzaktə/


See exact

‘All it says is that you request my professional services as the exactor of your revenge - with the special introductory bonus of me giving you the ability to play that thing without being stoned by all in earshot.’
  • ‘A missionary friend was recommended to be ‘a preacher of piety, not an exactor of tithes’, to guide people into good living rather than taking taxes for the benefit of the Church.’