Definition of Propounder

1. n. One who propounds, proposes, or offers for consideration.



Definition of Propounder

1. Noun. One who propounds. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Propounder

1. [n -S]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Propounder

propositional
propositional attitude
propositional calculus
propositional function
propositional functions
propositional logic
propositional variable
propositionally
propositioned
propositioning
propositions
propositive
propositus
propound
propounded
propounder (current term)
propounders
propounding
propounds
propoxur
propoxyphene
propoxyphene hydrochloride
propoxyphenes
proppant
proppants
propped
propping
propping up
propraetor
propraetors

Literary usage of Propounder

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. China and the Chinese: A General Description of the Country and Its by John Livingston Nevius (1869)
"The Manner in which he is regarded by the Chinese.—His own Estimate of himself.—Not the Originator of a new System, but the propounder and ..."

2. Law of Wills, Executors and Administrators by James Schouler (1915)
"In Contested Cases, the Burden of Proof is upon the propounder of the Will. But whenever a contest arises over the will,— a situation of affairs unlikely to ..."

3. The Kentucky Law Reporter by Kentucky Court of Appeals (1904)
"This strong language is not to be modified or revoked by words which, on their face, are simply advisory, or recommendatory. The propounder of the will of ..."

4. Select American Cases on the Law of Self-defence by L. B. Horrigan, Seymour Dwight Thompson (1874)
"The probate was opposed by Raiford Kent, on the ground that the execution of the script was procured by threats of violence made by the propounder, ..."

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