Definition of barrator in English:

barrator

noun

  • See barratry

    • ‘The shipping people of Auckland were evidently clay in the hands of this astute barrator.’
    • ‘The crafty escape of the Navarrese barrator from the demons is another exceptionally comic element.’
    • ‘The poets move on with a hideous regiment of demons along the side of the chasm holding the barrators.’
    • ‘Buranelli, In both Poe's The Cask of Amontillado and his The Black Cat, the barrators act without conscience.’
    • ‘Rossetti believes the episode of the barrators in the Inferno to be a parody of this disaster.’

Pronunciation

barrator

/ˈbarətə/