verb (used with object), li·censed, li·cens·ing.
Origin of license
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The way also in which the powers of the licenser are administered is, to say the least, puzzling.Days and Nights in London
J. Ewing Ritchie
In any case, the Licenser found much to object to in "Alasco."
I know nothing of the licenser, but that I have his own hand here for his arrogance; who shall warrant me his judgment?Areopagitica
The Licenser's keenness in scenting a political allusion oftentimes, indeed, entailed upon him much and richly-merited ridicule.
The whole objection to the Licenser is simply that he is under no regulations whatever.
see licence. Related: Licensed; licensing.