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venireman

[ vi-nahy-ree-muhn, -neer-ee- ]
/ vɪˈnaɪ ri mən, -ˈnɪər i- /
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noun, plural ve·ni·re·men.Law.

a person summoned under a venire facias.

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Origin of venireman

1770–80, Americanism;venire (see venire facias) + man
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British Dictionary definitions for venireman

venireman
/ (vɪˈnaɪərɪmən) /

noun plural -men

(in the US and formerly in England) a person summoned for jury service under a venire facias
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