[ ahd ahr-bi-tree-oo m; English ad ahr-bi-tree-uh m ]
/ ɑd ɑrˈbɪ triˌʊm; English æd ɑrˈbɪ tri əm /
at pleasure; at will.
Origin of ad arbitrium
literally, at (one's) control or decision
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Examples from the Web for arbitrium
The “arbitrium popularis auræ” was pleased to declare itself against ears and tails.
The terminus is always a known and definite point: it is not accidental, nor dependent upon the arbitrium of the mover.Aristotle|George Grote