oblocutor

noun ob·lo·cu·tor \ˌäbləˈkyütə(r)\

Definition of oblocutor

plural

-s

  1. :  disputer, gainsayer, detractor —used chiefly in law

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Origin and Etymology of oblocutor

Latin, from oblocutus (past participle of obloqui to speak against) + -or — more at obloquy


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