An official who was formerly sent to carry out the orders of a civil or ecclesiastical court.(noun)
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Use "apparitor" in a sentence
"Being examined, he confessed to the words following: "That all false matters were bolstered and clokyd in this court of Paul's Cheyne; moreover he called the apparitor, William"
"The apparitor is the ambassador of the law, and ambassadors are not subject to punishment, so that I do not know why you keep me under guard."
"William Langlands, an apparitor or macer (bacularius) of the See of St Andrews, presented these letters to the curate of the church of"