umpirage

noun um·pir·age \ˈəmˌpīrij, -rēj\

Definition of umpirage

plural

-s

  1. 1 :  the office or authority of an umpire hoped the umpirage of the war would fall into their hands — Gilbert Burnet

  2. 2a :  an act or instance of umpiring cemented by the mind umpirage of the federal union — Edward Everett b :  a decision of an umpire :  arbitrament the time for making the umpirage was further extended — E. H. East

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Origin and Etymology of umpirage

1umpire + -age


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