bettor

[bet-er]
noun
a person who bets.
Also, better.


Origin:
1600–10; bet + -or2

better, bettor.
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better or esp (US) bettor2 (ˈbɛtə)
 
n
a person who bets
 
bettor or esp (US) bettor2
 
n

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Example sentences
The beaten bettor then makes the claim, that he can beat the victor to the
  mainland using a crew comprised of baboons.
The average bettor accepts his skinning because he imagines the house odds are
  insurmountable.
The bettor may elect to view the entire race or only the last few seconds of
  the race.
Instead, many settlors would be bettor served by a simpler and
  under-appreciated estate planning device.
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