Definition of Arbitrating

1. Verb. (present participle of arbitrate) ¹



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Definition of Arbitrating

1. arbitrate [v] - See also: arbitrate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Arbitrating

arbitral
arbitrament
arbitraments
arbitrarily
arbitrariness
arbitrarinesses
arbitrarious
arbitrariously
arbitrariousness
arbitrarities
arbitrarity
arbitrary
arbitrate
arbitrated
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arbitrating (current term)
arbitration
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arbitress
arbitresses

Literary usage of Arbitrating

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1. History of France: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time by Jules Michelet, G. H. Smith (1851)
"St. Louis endeavored to win all his neighbors to accompany him, arbitrating between their differences, and assisting in their equipments : to the son of the ..."

2. The Commercial Power of Great Britain: Exhibiting a Complete View of the by Charles Dupin (1825)
"They decide by a majority, and they leave the chairman a casting vote. arbitrating Commissioners. These are appointed by name in the act of par- ..."

3. Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation by Bede, Lewis Gidley (1870)
"... arbitrating people scarcely refrain from violence. They signify, however, their judgment by a shout. CHAPTER XVIII. How he also gave sight to the blind ..."

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