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Definition of the noun Acquitment
What does Acquitment mean as a name of something?
- [legal] Acquittal.
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An English Dictionary (1717)
Explaining the Difficult Terms ... by Elisha Coles
Ferafare, an Acquitment of a man it go into the Wars. Ferdinande, either from Ferdcrand, Sa. рте peace, oras Bettrand, S3, fv'r and ¡□are. FER Ferdwit, an Acquitment of murdt m an Army. Feretory ...
A new spelling, pronouncing, and explanatory dictionary of the English language ... With an appendix, containing an account of the heathen gods and goddesses, ancient heroes, etc (1810)
by William SCOTT (Teacher of Elocution.)
acquits, to set free, absolve, clear, to quit one's self well, to do one's duty - Acquitment, s. acquitment", act of acquitting, discharge .
The New World of English Words: Or A General Dictionary ... Collected and Published by E. P. [The Dedication Signed: Edw. Phillips.] (1663)
Ferdfare, an acquitment ofa man to go into the Wars. Ferdinando, a proper name of men, called by the Spaniards Hernando;by the Italians, Ferando; by the French, Ferrant.
The New World of English Words: Or, a General Dictionary: Containing the Interpretations of Such Hard Words as are Derived from Other Languages ... Together with ... Terms that Relate to the Arts and Sciences ... To which are Added the Significations of Proper Names, Etc (1658)
having a tender fprig , Ferdfare, an acquitment of a man to go - - |. ., , : | where King Althejiane affembled the No. Ferine, (lat.) brutish, beaftly, wild. | of whicħ there are three fơits Amnios, and Allantoir. “ F E F E . Felowy, in Common Law, is any ...
by Bryan A. Garner
acquittal; acquittance; ✳acquitment. Acquittal is the usual term, meaning both (1) “a release or discharge from debt or other liability”; and (2) “a setting free or deliverance from the charge of an offense by ...
A New Universal English Dictionary: or, a Compleat treasure of the English language, etc. [With plates.] (1759)
by William RIDER (A.B., of Jesus College, Oxford.)
” - ACQUITMENT, S. (from acquit) the state of being cleared from any ...
The rhymers' lexicon (1971)
by Andrew Loring, George Saintsbury
satellitious uníìtly ' Secretitíous deglutitìous seditious deletitìous sericeous delicious silicious stillatitious acquitment exitìous superstitious commitment expeditious supposititious “ ñtment ” surreptitious reñtment factitious suspicious remitment ...
by Évangéliste de Larajasse (père.)
acquitment, acquittal, n., furnin, — ti. across, prp ., ...
for the use of schools, foreigners, etc. on the plan of Sheridan by Stephen Jones, Thomas Sheridan
Acquitment, ák-kwlt-mint, s. The state of being acquitted. Acquittal, £k»kwfet&l, s. A deliverance from an offence, Acquittance, ák-kwltUuns, v. a. To procure an acquittance. Acquittance, ák- kwfctuns, s.
In which the Meaning of Every Word is Explained ... by John Walker
to set free, absolve Acquitment, ak-kwit'ment. s. the state ol being acquitted Acquittal, ak-kwlt'tal. s. deliverance Acquittance, ak-kwk'tanse. s. the act of discharging from a debt Acre, a'kur. s. a ...
In Which The Words are Deduced from Their Originals, Explained in Their Different Meanings and Authorized by the Names of the Writers in Whose Works They are Found : Abstracted from the Folio Edition To which is Prefixed A Grammar of the English Language ; In Two Volumes by Samuel Johnson
ACQUITMENT. / [from acquit,] The ' state of being acquitted j or act of acquitting. . South. ACQUITTAL. /. U a deliverance from an, oftence, ...
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Scrabble value of A1C3Q10U1I1T1M3E1N1T1
The value of this 10-letter word is 23 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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