Definition of sequestrator in US English:

sequestrator

noun

  • See sequestrate

    • ‘In March, 1918, the sequestrator appointed by the German government took over the property of the German corporation and the management of its business.’
    • ‘The writ binds all property of the person sequestered from the date of its issue, and the sequestrators enter at once to take possession of his real and personal estate.’
    • ‘We appoint as custodian and sequestrator the Port Authority of Aliveri.’
    • ‘And this gives them all, and every one of them in particular, a right to see that the sequestrator carefully performs his trust.’

Pronunciation

sequestrator

/səˈkwesˌtrādər/