Dilapidator


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Di`lap´i`da`tor


n.1.One who causes dilapidation.
References in classic literature ?
According to the tenor of the sentence, which the criers read aloud and incorrectly, two farmers of the revenues, monopolists of money, dilapidators of the royal provisions, extortioners, and forgers, were about to undergo capital punishment on the Place de Greve, with their names blazoned over their heads, according to their sentence.
It is now about twenty-seven years ago that I first published this anecdote, at the same rime that I had received information that our female historian and dilapidator had acted in this manner more than once.
11) Si pater sit dilapidator bonorum filii, poterit mater bona mente exhaeredare filium, ne pater administret bona filii, modo instituat confidentem, qui postquam filius sit sui iuris effectus, illi haereditatem restituat cum fructibus.