cautioner

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

caution +‎ -er

Noun[edit]

cautioner (plural cautioners)

  1. A person who cautions.
  2. (Scotland) A surety.
    • 1693, James Dalrymple Stair, The institutions of the law of Scotland, page 755:
      Fourteen Days are only allowed for Sists of Execution, from the Date the Bill was signed, for the Clerks inquiring in the Condition of the Cautioner []

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