Definition of Compromiser. Meaning of Compromiser. Synonyms of Compromiser

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Definition of Compromiser

Compromiser
Compromiser Com"pro*mi`ser, n. One who compromises.

Meaning of Compromiser from wikipedia

- To compromise is to make a deal between different parties where each party gives up part of their demand. In arguments, compromise is a concept of finding...
- state. The influence of Kentucky Senator Henry Clay, known as "The Great Compromiser", an act of admission was finally p****ed if the exclusionary clause of...
- in defusing sectional crises, he earned the appellation of the "Great Compromiser" and was part of the "Great Triumvirate" of Congressmen, alongside fellow...
- The Connecticut Compromise (also known as the Great Compromise of 1787 or Sherman Compromise) was an agreement reached during the Constitutional Convention...
- No Compromise may refer to: No Compromise (album), the second album release by American pianist and gospel singer Keith Green No Compromise (magazine)...
- The Compromise of 1850 was a package of five separate bills p****ed by the United States Congress in September 1850 that defused a political confrontation...
- The Three-fifths Compromise was an agreement reached during the 1787 United States Constitutional Convention over the counting of slaves in determining...
- The Historic Compromise (Italian: Compromesso storico), called also Third Phase (Italian: Terza Fase) or Democratic Alternative (Italian: Alternativa Democratica)...
- The 1412 Compromise of Caspe (Compromís de Casp in Catalan) was an act and resolution of parliamentary representatives of the constituent realms of the...
- In the United Kingdom, a compromise agreement is a specific type of contract, regulated by statute, between an employer and its employee (or ex-employee)...