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aider by verdict

aid·er by verdict \ˈā-dər-\
  1. :  the presumption after a verdict that all facts necessary to the verdict were proven :  the correcting of a pleading defect (as failing to allege a fact) by the verdict in order to conform to the evidence

Origin and Etymology of aider by verdict

probably from aid + -er (as in disclaimer, retainer)


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