procurer[prō kyo̵or′ər, prə-]
procurer definition by Webster's New World
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a person who procures; specif., a man who obtains women for the purpose of prostitution; pimp
Origin: Middle English ; from Anglo-French procurour ; from Classical Latin procurator: see procurator
procurer definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- One that procures: a procurer of free tickets to concerts.
- A pander.