Fi*di"ci*a*ry (? ∨ ?), a. [L. fiduciarus, fr. fiducia: cf. F. fiduciaire. See Fiducial.]

1.

Involving confidence or trust; confident; undoubting; faithful; firm; as, in a fiduciary capacity.

"Fiduciary obedience."

Howell.

2.

Holding, held, or founded, in trust.

Spelman.

 

© Webster 1913.


Fi*du"ci*a*ry, n.

1.

One who holds a thing in trust for another; a trustee.

Instrumental to the conveying God's blessing upon those whose fiduciaries they are. Jer. Taylor.

2. Theol.

One who depends for salvation on faith, without works; an Antinomian.

Hammond.

 

© Webster 1913.

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