exactor definition

  • noun:
    • somebody who tends to make illegal or unreasonable needs; an extortioner.
    • someone who gathers taxes.
    • one that exacts or requires by expert or right; therefore, an extortioner; in addition, one unreasonably extreme in injunctions or demands.
    • one that exacts or levies; particularly, an officer whom collects tribute, taxes, or traditions.
    • One who or that which requires or demands by expert: as, an exactor of etiquette.
    • person who compels another to pay a lot more than is legal or reasonable; a person who is unreasonably strict in the demands or needs.
    • somebody who tends to make illegal or unreasonable needs; an extortioner.
    • someone who gathers fees.
    • person who exacts or requires by authority or right; for this reason, an extortioner; in addition, one unreasonably extreme in injunctions or demands.
    • One who exacts or levies; especially, an officer just who gathers tribute, taxes, or traditions.
    • a person who or whatever calls for or requires by expert: since, an exactor of etiquette.
    • person who compels another to cover more than is legal or reasonable; a person who is unreasonably rigid in his needs or requirements.

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