- n a person who makes a will
- With it the testator was associated from 1865 until last spring, when he died.
- The defeat of Shaw's crusade, added Sir Charles, "is not the fault of the law but of the testator, who failed almost for the first time in his life either to grasp the legal .
- It is true that the Woodward will excluded Jews, but the testator explained he meant no deprecation of the race, merely believed in "incompatibility.
- Francesco Melzi in guardian.co.uk
He left his notebooks to his favourite pupil, Francesco Melzi, a Milanese of noble birth: Melzi is to inherit, says the will, "each and every one of the books, which the Testator now possesses".