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righter

[ rahy-ter ]
/ ˈraɪ tər /
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noun
a person who rights or redresses: a righter of wrongs.
a person who advocates or endorses rights, especially equal rights, for a particular group: welfare righters.
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Origin of righter

before 900; Middle English rightar executioner, Old English rihtere one who regulates. See right, -er1
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