excusator definition

  • noun:
    • person who makes, or is authorized to produce, a justification; an apologist.
    • one that tends to make, or is authorized to make, a justification; an apologist.
    • One who makes or perhaps is authorized to make a justification or apology.
    • In English legislation, one who tends to make an accusation.
    • In old Ger. legislation, a defendant; one that completely denies the plaintiff's reason for activity.
    • One who makes, or is authorized to produce, an excuse; an apologist.
    • One who makes, or perhaps is authorized to make, a justification; an apologist.
    • person who makes or is authorized to produce a justification or apology.
    • In English law, one that tends to make an accusation.
    • In old Ger. legislation, a defendant; one that completely denies the plaintiff's reason for activity.

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