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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - One of two or more people who endorse the same document (as a treaty or declaration) adj. - Adding your name jointly with others.

Usage examples (7)
  • “Remember how I tricked you into signing me on as a cosignatory on your home-equity loan?”
  • When he asked to be a cosignatory, his accessing my entire account had never even crossed my mind.
  • As we were finishing the paperwork, Matthew asked, Do you mind if we make me a cosignatory on the loan?
  • Philip Pullman, her fellow author and cosignatory, said he would never have signed if he had known the Lib Dems would ally with the Conservatives. for more
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