Definition of "executor"
  1. An individual designated in a will to manage the estate of a deceased person, including the collection and distribution of assets, payment of debts and taxes, and communication with probate courts and relevant parties
How to use "executor" in a sentence
  1. As an executor, she handled the estate's affairs after her uncle's death.
  2. The will designated him as the executor, charging him with managing the deceased's property.
  3. When her father passed away, all duties fell onto the executor to manage and distribute his assets according to the will.

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