Definition of Adducer

1. Noun. A discussant who offers an example or a reason or a proof.

Generic synonyms: Discussant



Definition of Adducer

1. n. One who adduces.

Definition of Adducer

1. Noun. One who adduces. ¹

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Definition of Adducer

1. one that adduces [n -S] - See also: adduces

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Adducer

addressions
addressive
addressivities
addressivity
addressograph
addressographs
addressor
addressors
addrest
adds
adds up
adduce
adduceable
adduced
adducent
adducer (current term)
adducers
adduces
adducible
adducin
adducing
adducins
adduct
adducted
adducting
adduction
adductions
adductive
adductively

Literary usage of Adducer

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1. A Treatise on the Law of Evidence in Scotland by William Gillespie Dickson, John Skelton (1864)
"So a witness was ex-1 eluded in an important case of status, because, after his citation. ; the adducer had indorsed for him, without value, ..."

2. Digest of the Scottish Law of Evidence by John Kirkpatrick (1882)
"Witnesses are first examined in chief by the adducer, after which they may be cross-examined by the opposite party, re-examined by the ..."

3. A View of the Office of Sheriff in Scotland: Of the Duties Incident Thereto by Robert Clark (1824)
"In the examination of witnesses, the established rule ia, that the adducer takes the lead, and that the other party cross-question, but only as to facts ..."

4. An Essay on the Principles of Circumstantial Evidence by William Wills (1862)
"A learned writer on the Law of Scotland observes, that "there is perhaps no kind of testimony more subject to bias in favour of the adducer than that of ..."

5. Essays on His Own Times: Forming a Second Series of The Friend by Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1850)
"Our second reason is, that the charge, as far as it allows even a plausible excuse for the adducer, implies a complete ignorance of the whole form, growth, ..."

6. Decisions of the Court of Session: From the Year 1733 to the Year 1754 by Scotland Court of Session, Patrick Grant Elchies (1813)
"A. against B. DRUMMORE reported a question, Whether a witness could be received who is sister ti> the adducer, but who is daughter to the person against ..."

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