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justicer

[ juhs-tuh-ser ]
/ ˈdʒʌs tə sər /
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noun Archaic.

a judge or magistrate.

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Origin of justicer

1300–50; Middle English <Anglo-French (compare Old French justicier); see justice, -er2
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How to use justicer in a sentence

  • 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
  • The High Justicer of heaven did not wait for you to come and slay her.

    The Mesmerist's Victim|Alexandre Dumas
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