arbitrament

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arbitrement

Etymology[edit]

From Old French arbitrement.

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arbitrament ‎(plural arbitraments)

  1. The judgement of an arbiter or arbitrator; an arbitration.
    • 1852, Washington Irving, Tales from the Alhambra:
      Several powerful prices had contended for her alliance, and her father who was a king of wondrous shrewdness, to avoid making enemies by showing partiality had referred them to the arbitrement of arms.

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