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acquittance

noun ac·quit·tance \ə-ˈkwi-tən(t)s\

Definition of ACQUITTANCE

:  a document evidencing a discharge from an obligation; especially :  a receipt in full

First Known Use of ACQUITTANCE

14th century

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