Consignatary
Consignatary Con*sig"na*ta*ry, n. [Cf. {Consignitary}.] A consignee. [Obs.] --Jenkins. [1913 Webster]

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  • consignatary — adj. pertaining to consignation (appointing, entrusting, dispatching) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • consignatary — con·sig·na·tary …   English syllables

  • consignatary — kənˈsignəˌterē, ri noun ( es) Etymology: consignation + ary : consignee; specifically : one who in Roman and civil law has received money on deposit (as by consignation) …   Useful english dictionary

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