Definition of Impounder

1. n. One who impounds.



Definition of Impounder

1. Noun. One who impounds. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Impounder

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Impounder

impot
impotable
impotence
impotences
impotencies
impotency
impotentia
impotently
impotents
impots
impound
impoundage
impoundages
impounded
impounder (current term)
impounders
impounding
impoundment
impoundments
impounds
impoverish
impoverished
impoverishedly
impoverishedness
impoverisher
impoverishers
impoverishes
impoverishing
impoverishment

Literary usage of Impounder

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1. A New Law Dictionary and Institute of the Whole Law: For the Use of Students by Archibald Brown (1874)
"60, it is further enacted that the impounder may, in the manner directed by the Act, sell the cattle impounded, or any of them, openly in the public market, ..."

2. Charter and Revised Ordinances of Kansas City, 1909 by Kansas City (Mo.), Rees Turpin, George Kingsley, Charles L. Shannon (1909)
"CHAPTER 1. ANIMALS RUNNING AT LARGE. Article. I Article. I. Power and Duties of Dog Enu- II. Dogs and Other Animals, merator and Public impounder. ..."

3. The Town Officer's Guide, Containing a Compilation of the General Laws of by John Bacon (1825)
"... or to re- plevy such swine, the impounder may in writing [see Forms 142 and 143] apply to a Justice of the Peace of the same county, or to the clerk of ..."

4. The Massachusetts Justice: Being a Collection of the Laws of the by Samuel Freeman (1810)
"... that fuch impounder has complied with the directions of the law in fuch cafes, ... and after paying the impounder the fine and ..."

5. The Law of Torts Or Private Wrongs by Francis Hilliard (1859)
"(a) There is no relation of debtor and creditor created by law between the impounder of animals and the pound-keeper, in relation to tbe expense of keeping ..."

6. The American and English Encyclopedia of Law by John Houston Merrill, Charles Frederic Williams, Thomas Johnson Michie, David Shephard Garland (1889)
"In this case a drove of milch cows were impounded during hot weather from 7 a. in. until 5 p. in. without food or water, and it was held that the impounder ..."

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