Definition of Adjustor

1. Noun. One who investigates insurance claims or claims for damages and recommends an effective settlement.

Exact synonyms: Adjuster, Claim Agent, Claims Adjuster, Claims Adjustor
Generic synonyms: Investigator
Derivative terms: Adjust, Adjust



Definition of Adjustor

1. Noun. Variant spelling of adjuster. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Adjustor

1. adjuster [n -S] - See also: adjuster

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Adjustor

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adjustor (current term)
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adjutancies
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adjutant general
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Literary usage of Adjustor

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1. The Science of Human Behavior: Biological and Psychological Foundations by Maurice Parmelee (1913)
"Receptor, adjustor, and effector organs, 143. — The simple reflex action, 144. —The conductibility of nervous matter, 145. — The adaptive character of ..."

2. The Oxford Medicine by Henry Asbury Christian, James Mackenzie (1920)
""After the loop is adjusted the adjustor gives the command 'hold back'. At this command the subject contracts with all his power the muscle-group being ..."

3. The Origin and Development of the Nervous System: From a Physiological Viewpoint by Charles Manning Child (1921)
"The cortex is not simply a central or adjustor organ for the receptors of the head region, as the cephalic ganglia of the invertebrates appear in large ..."

4. Publication by Palaeontographical Society (Great Britain) (1861)
"Posterior adjustor, Hancock ; = posterior retractors, Woodward; = muscles croisé ou ... Central adjustor, Hancock; = central protractor, Woodward. с, р. ..."

5. The Evolution of Man: A Series of Lectures Delivered Before the Yale Chapter by James Rowland Angell, Edwin Grant Conklin, Harry Burr Ferris, Albert Galloway Keller, Richard Swann Lull, George Howard Parker (1922)
"... of the three organs, receptor, adjustor, and effector, only the first and last are present, the adjustor, or central organ, being a later acquisition. ..."

6. Psychology for Normal Schools by Lawrence Augustus Averill (1921)
"We assume, of course, that the connection between the stimulus and the response was effected by the adjustor neurones, but in our observation of children we ..."

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