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rebutter

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[ ri-buht-er ]
/ rɪˈbʌt ər /
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noun
a person who rebuts.
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Origin of rebutter

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First recorded in 1785–95; rebut + -er1

Other definitions for rebutter (2 of 2)

rebutter2
[ ri-buht-er ]
/ rɪˈbʌt ər /

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

Origin of rebutter

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1530–40; <Anglo-French rebuter rebuttal, noun use of infinitive: to rebut; see -er3
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British Dictionary definitions for rebutter

rebutter
/ (rɪˈbʌtə) /

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