Definition for PRO-VED'I-TOR, or PROV-E-DORE

PRO-VED'I-TOR, or PROV-E-DORE, n. [It. proveditore, from provedere, to provide. See Provide.]

A purveyor; one employed to procure supplies for an army. Proveditor, in Venice and other parts of Italy, is an officer who superintends matters of policy. – Encyc.

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