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[uh-juhs-ter] /əˈdʒʌs tər/
Origin of adjustor
adjust + -or2
Related forms
nonadjustor, noun Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for adjustor
  • The mirror adjustor sits on the door pillar, and it's easy to reach when the driver's head is in driving position.
  • If possible, have receipts for those items available for the adjustor.
  • Arguably, one adjustor can competently handle more claims than another adjustor in a different location in the state.
  • The adjustor spoke with plaintiff, examined the damaged property and began a preliminary investigation.
  • Evidence already submitted to the claims adjustor will not win your case before us.
  • Significant changes were made to the way the power supply adjustor recovers prudently incurred fuel costs.
Word Origin and History for adjustor

1857, of certain muscles, agent noun in Latin form from adjust (v.).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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