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noun: One who makes a settlement of property.
From alteration of settler, from settle, from Old English setlan (to seat or place). Earliest documented use: 1818.
“The settlor was one of Oliver’s personal clients, and it was Oliver who advised him to make the settlement and did all the arrangements.”
Sarah Caudwell; The Sirens Sang of Murder; Collins; 1989.
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