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1rebutter

noun re·but·ter \-ˈbə-tər\

Definition of REBUTTER

:  the answer of a defendant in matter of fact to a plaintiff's surrejoinder

Origin of REBUTTER

Anglo-French rebuter, reboter, from reboter, verb
First Known Use: 1540

2rebutter

noun

Definition of REBUTTER

:  one that rebuts

First Known Use of REBUTTER

1794

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