rebutter

1
[ ri-buht-er ]
/ rɪˈbʌt ər /
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noun

a person who rebuts.

Nearby words

  1. rebuke,
  2. rebus,
  3. rebus sic stantibus,
  4. rebut,
  5. rebuttal,
  6. rec,
  7. rec room,
  8. rec.,
  9. rec. sec.,
  10. recalcification

Origin of rebutter

1
First recorded in 1785–95; rebut + -er1

rebutter

2
[ ri-buht-er ]
/ rɪˈbʌt ər /

noun Law.

a defendant's answer to a plaintiff's surrejoinder.

Origin of rebutter

2
1530–40; < Anglo-French rebuter rebuttal, noun use of infinitive: to rebut; see -er3

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rebutter

/ (rɪˈbʌtə) /

noun

law a defendant's pleading in reply to a claimant's surrejoinder
a person who rebuts
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