Depositary

De*pos"i*ta*ry

(?), n.;
pl. Depositaries (#).
[L. depositarius, fr. deponere. See Deposit.] 1. One with whom anything is lodged in the trust; one who receives a deposit; -- the correlative of depositor.
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I . . . made you my guardians, my depositaries.
Shak.
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The depositaries of power, who are mere delegates of the people.
J. S. Mill.
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2. A storehouse; a depository. Bp. Hurd.
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3. (Law) One to whom goods are bailed, to be kept for the bailor without a recompense. Kent.
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