demandant

[ dih-man-duhnt, -mahn- ]
/ dɪˈmæn dənt, -ˈmɑn- /

noun Law.

the plaintiff in a real action.
any plaintiff.

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Origin of demandant

1300–50; Middle English <Anglo-French demaundant, noun use of present participle of demaunder to demand; see -ant
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Example sentences from the Web for demandant

  • A dîner la Reine s'informa de ce qu'il avait fait, demandant s'il n'était point fatigué.

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  • Elle est furieuse cont vous, allans tous les jours chercher ley Roy (d'icy) demandant a gran cri revanche pour son Mary.

British Dictionary definitions for demandant

demandant
/ (dɪˈmɑːndənt) /

noun

law (formerly) the plaintiff in an action relating to real property

Word Origin for demandant

C14: from Old French, from demander to demand
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