Definition of Rescinder

1. Noun. One who rescinds. ¹



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Definition of Rescinder

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

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rescinder

rescatters
reschedulable
reschedule
rescheduled
rescheduler
reschedulers
reschedules
rescheduling
reschool
reschooled
reschooling
reschools
rescind
rescindable
rescinded
rescinder (current term)
rescinders
rescinding
rescindment
rescindments
rescinds
rescinnamine
rescinsion
rescission
rescissions
rescissory
rescope
rescoped
rescopes
rescoping

Literary usage of Rescinder

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1. The Ohio Nisi Prius Reports by Ohio Courts (1919)
"In other words, there was not up to March 22, 1916, the date of the bringing of this action, and there is not claimed in this case any rescinder by the ..."

2. An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language by Walter William Skeat (1893)
"(F..-L.) In Blount's Gloss., ed. loS. Cf. Icel. arara, G. rühren, to stir; Icel. Arara lunga, to wag 1674. — F. rescinder, ' to cut or pare off, ..."

3. The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events, with Documents, Narratives by Frank Moore, Edward Everett (1862)
"No loss would acme to the Government, because in paying out he bills the disbursing officer would be careful о charge the rescinder with the interest as ..."

4. M'Fingal: An Epic Poem by John Trumbull (1881)
"... of Bridgewater, Massachusetts, was an active politician, and was known by the odious names of rescinder and Mandamus Councillor. ..."

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