wardmote

noun ward·mote \ˈwȯ(ə)dˌmōt\

Definition of wardmote

plural

-s

British

  1. :  an assembly of the citizens of a ward; specifically :  a meeting usually sitting as a court that is held in each ward of the City of London and has supervision of matters relating to the watch, police, and weights and measures

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Origin and Etymology of wardmote

Middle English, from 1ward + mot, mote moot


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