Definition of Proditor

1. n. A traitor.



Definition of Proditor

1. Noun. (obsolete) A traitor. ¹

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Definition of Proditor

1. a traitor [n -S] - See also: traitor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Proditor

prodigalizing
prodigally
prodigalness
prodigals
prodigate
prodigence
prodigies
prodigiosin
prodigious
prodigiously
prodigiousness
prodigy
prodine
prodition
proditions
proditor (current term)
proditorious
proditoriously
proditors
proditory
prodnose
prodnosed
prodnoses
prodroma
prodromal
prodromata
prodrome
prodromes
prodromi
prodromic

Literary usage of Proditor

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1. The Court Rolls of the Honor of Clitheroe in the County of Lancaster by Clitheroe, Eng. (Honour), William Farrer (1897)
"... est ut proditor ad coronam maiestatis Domini Regis mme, &c.). [No fine. Referred to the Council of the Duchy, as before.] They also present that John ..."

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