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1demurrer

noun de·mur·rer \di-ˈmər-ər, -ˈmə-rər\

Definition of DEMURRER

1
:  a response in a court proceeding in which the defendant does not dispute the truth of the allegation but claims it is not sufficient grounds to justify legal action
2
:  objection

Origin of DEMURRER

Anglo-French demourer, verb
First Known Use: circa 1521

2demurrer

noun de·mur·rer \-ˈmər-ər\

Definition of DEMURRER

:  one that demurs

Origin of DEMURRER

1demur
First Known Use: 1711

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