Definition of Resetter

1. n. One who receives or conceals, as stolen goods or criminal.



2. n. One who resets, or sets again.

Definition of Resetter

1. Noun. One who, or that which, resets. ¹

2. Noun. (legal Scotland) One who receives or conceals, as stolen goods or a criminal. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Resetter

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

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Resetter

reservoir host
reservoir of infection
reservoirs
reservor
reservors
reses
reset
reset nodus sinuatrialis
resets
resettability
resettable
resetted
resetter (current term)
resetters
resetting
resettle
resettled
resettlement
resettlements
resettler
resettlers
resettles
resettling
resew
resewed
resewing
resewn

Literary usage of Resetter

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1. A Summary of the Powers and Duties of a Justice of the Peace in Scotland: In by George Tait (1821)
"A person in possession of stolen goods will be held the thief rather than the resetter ; and it will lie with him to overcome this presumption by a stronger ..."

2. OECD Economics Glossary: English-French = Glossaire de L'économie de L'OCDE by Oecd, SourceOECD (Online service) (2006)
"RR loan, resetter loan prêt à taux révisable [BAN] recourse loan prêt juridiquement garanti [BAN, JUR] redeem a loan, to rembourser un emprunt [FIN] ..."

3. The Journal of Jurisprudence by Law Library Microform Consortium (1882)
"Under our old practice, •while the thief was hanged, the resetter was scourged and transported ; and by our present practice the thief, in the case of a ..."

4. A Summary of the Powers and Duties of a Justice of the Peace in Scotland by George Tait (1828)
"The thief may often be more severely punished than the resetter, even where his punishment is not capital; as many aggravations may apply to the thief, ..."

5. An Institute of the Law of Scotland: In Four Books : in the Order of Sir by John Erskine, George Mackenzie, James Ivory (1828)
"On the contrary, if the resetter should be a landed man, or if he should have been before found twice guilty of theft, or of the reset of theft, ..."

6. Selections from the Judicial Records of Renfrewshire: Illustrative of the by William Hector (1876)
"... for several years been habit and repute a resetter of stolen " goods, and an enticer of children and servants to steal from their " parents and masters. ..."

7. The Scots Digest of the Cases Decided in the Supreme Courts of Scotland: And by John Condie Stewart Sandeman (1905)
"It was proved that the said person had been convicted of theft and was a reputed resetter, although never prosecuted for that offence. ..."

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