appellant definition

  • adjective:
    • Of or relating to a court attraction; appellate.
    • of or regarding appeals
    • regarding an appeal; appellate.
    • of or regarding or using account of appeals (usually legal appeals)
  • noun:
    • one that appeals a court choice.
    • a litigant or celebration that's making an appeal in courtroom.
    • a person who accuses another of crime or treason.
    • a person who appeals, or requests a rehearing or overview of a reason by an increased tribunal.
    • A challenger.
    • One who appealed to a broad council up against the bull Unigenitus.
    • One who appeals or entreats.
    • in-law: one that appeals or eliminates a reason from a reduced to a greater tribunal.
    • person who prosecutes another for a crime, including crime or treason.
    • person who looks to any tribunal for corroboration or vindication.
    • One who challenges or summons another to single combat.
    • Eccles., among the French clergy which, in the Jansenist conflict, refused the bull Unigenitus, issued in 1713 by Pope Clement XI. against Quesnel's “Réflexions morales sur le Nouveau Testament,” and appealed to your pope “better informed,” or even an over-all council.
    • one that appeals or gift suggestions a request.
    • the celebration whom appeals a determination of a diminished judge
  • others:
    • Appealing; regarding appeals; appellate.

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