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Demurral  n.  Demur; delay in acting or deciding. "The same causes of demurral existed which prevented British troops from assisting in the expulsion of the French from Rome."

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"Demurral" Quotes from Famous Books

... inwardly voiced a prayer of gratitude that the Holy Office had ceased to exist. Yet he knew that, had he lived in that day, he would have handed his beloved son over to that awful institution without demurral, rather than see him develop those heretical views which were already rising from the soil of his fertile, ...
— Carmen Ariza • Charles Francis Stocking

Words linked to "Demurral" :   law, demur, objection, jurisprudence, demurrer

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