[ juhs-tuh-ser ]
/ ˈdʒʌs tə sər /

noun Archaic.

a judge or magistrate.

Nearby words

  1. justice court,
  2. justice in eyre,
  3. justice of the peace,
  4. justice of the peace court,
  5. justice's court,
  6. justiceship,
  7. justicia,
  8. justiciable,
  9. justiciar,
  10. justiciary

Origin of justicer

1300–50; Middle English < Anglo-French (compare Old French justicier); see justice, -er2

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Examples from the Web for justicer

  • Nay, the turbulence of their followers has more than once come before me in my judicial capacity as Justicer of the realm.

    The Black Douglas|S. R. Crockett