cesser

noun ces·ser \ˈsesə(r)\

Definition of cesser

plural

-s

law

  1. :  ceasing: a :  a neglect of a tenant to perform due services or make payment for two years b :  a ceasing of liability c obsolete :  a ceasing to hold office

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Origin and Etymology of cesser

Middle French, from cesser, verb — more at cease


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