serjeant-at-law


ser·jeant–at–law

noun \ˌsär-jənt-ət-ˈl\
plural ser·jeants–at–law

Definition of SERJEANT-AT-LAW

British :  a member of a former class of barristers of the highest rank

First Known Use of SERJEANT-AT-LAW

1503

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