Definition of evictor in English:

evictor

noun

See evict

  • ‘As a young man, he quit his job as the family tenant evictor and opted for a humbler life as a railway engineer.’
  • ‘Nor is it being seized by a branch of government: the evictor is the New London Development Corporation, a private non-profit body.’
  • ‘The young evictors - some brawny, some scrawny - seem to love flexing their muscles.’
  • ‘My evictors told me that this was not an easy decision for them to make.’
  • ‘This extends into his professional life, where he works as an evictor, shoving notices anonymously under doors and scuttling away.’

Pronunciation

evictor

/ɪˈvɪktə/