Definition of Arbitrament. Meaning of Arbitrament. Synonyms of Arbitrament

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Definition of Arbitrament

Arbitrament
Arbitrament Ar*bit"ra*ment, n. [LL. arbitramentum.] 1. Determination; decision; arbitration. The arbitrament of time. --Everett. Gladly at this moment would MacIvor have put their quarrel to personal arbitrament. --Sir W. Scott. 2. The award of arbitrators. --Cowell.

Meaning of Arbitrament from wikipedia

- representations which preceded and aimed to avert the struggle, and in the final arbitrament of force, this country was impelled solely by the purpose of relieving...
- halls of Congress and the political arena, and committing it to the arbitrament of those who were immediately interested in, and alone responsible for...
- Edward Middleton. Harold E. Berquist, Jr (1981): Henry Middleton and the Arbitrament of the Anglo-American Slave Controversy by Tsar Alexander I, The South...
- "Historically the idea of a chief or chieftain submitting his dignity to the arbitrament of its Court of law is really grotesque. The chief was the law, and his...
- arbiter arbitr-  – arbiter, arbitrable, arbitrage, arbitrageur, arbitral, arbitrament, arbitrarious, arbitrary, arbitrate, arbitration, arbitrator, arbitratrix...
- chooses the way another choose law or the church. An issue undergoes the arbitrament of arms."..."One does not bear arms against a rabbit ...". Garry Wills...
- question of independence, the question of slavery would fall "to the arbitrament of courts of law, and to the councils of legislation". (He did not mention...
- meeting of representatives of different nations to obtain by peaceful arbitrament a settlement of differences has been traced back as far as 1623 in modern...
- officers, so magnificent on the parade ground, "shrank ... from the arbitrament of arms as from an unholy abyss". In reality, Austro-Hungarian military...
- Bent the proud neck of Araucania's race To Spain's stern yoke, by war's arbitrament. Child, Jack. Introduction to Spanish Translation. Lanham: University...
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