Definition of Executrices

1. Noun. (plural of executrix#English executrix)The '''Concise Oxford English Dictionary''' [Eleventh Edition] ¹



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Definition of Executrices

1. executrix [n] - See also: executrix

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Executrices

executives
executor
executor-heir relation
executorial
executorial trustee
executors
executorship
executorships
executory
executory interest
executory interests
executour
executours
executress
executresses
executrices (current term)
executrix
executrixes
executry
exed
exedra
exedrae
exedras
exeem
exeemed
exeeming
exeems
exegeses
exegesis
exegete

Literary usage of Executrices

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1. Wills & Administrations from the Knaresborough Court Rolls by Knaresborough (Honor) (1905)
"Wittnesses, Cuth. Burton, John Ellis.—executrices named admitted. THE WILL OF STEPHEN HARDESTY. Membrane 19. 16 and 17 James I (1618-19). June 24, 1619. ..."

2. Calendar of Wills on File and Recorded in the Offices of the Clerk of the by Berthold Fernow, New York (State). Court of Appeals, New York (State). Secretary's Office (1896)
"and daughters executrices. Witnesses Lawrens Cortright, Jacobus van Keuren, of Shawangunk, yeoman, A. van Keuren. ..."

3. Reports of Cases by New York (State). Court of Appeals (1891)
"And, upon my death, my said executrices are hereby authorized and empowered to enter upon, into and take possession of all my estate, both real and personal ..."

4. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Surrogates' Courts of the by New York (State). Surrogate's Court (New York County), Charles Hood Mills (1917)
"Caira Robbins and Eliza Parker Robbins, the executrices, and Ida F. Robbins, ... as they are executrices under the will of Winfield Robbins, do hereby, ..."

5. Lives of the Governors of Pennsylvania: With the Incidental History of the by William Crawford Armor (1872)
"On the 24th day of March, the General stationed a guard at the houses of the executrices. On the 25th day of March, the Marshal of the district was resisted ..."

6. Works of the Camden Society by Royal Historical Society (Great Britain), Camden Society (Great Britain) (1850)
"In the meane space to be buried in the night privately by the body of my daughter Isabell, if my executrices of this my will be able to ..."

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