noun res·o·lu·tion·er \-sh(ə)nə(r)\

Definition of resolutioner



  1. 1 :  one that makes a resolution or joins with others in a declaration

  2. 2 usually capitalized :  one of a party among the Covenanters favoring the resolution of 1650 that all persons not professed enemies to the Covenant or excommunicated should be allowed to serve in the army — compare protester

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Origin and Etymology of resolutioner

resolution + -er

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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