interlocutor definition

  • noun:
    • somebody who participates a conversation, often officially or formally.
    • The performer in a minstrel program who's put midway between the end males and partcipates in banter together with them.
    • A person who participates dialogue or conversation.
    • a person in the range in a minstrel program which concerns the conclusion males and will act as leader.
    • An interlocutory judgement or sentence.
    • A decree of a court.
    • one that takes part in dialogue or discussion; a talker, interpreter, or questioner.
    • An interlocutory wisdom or sentence.
    • a person who speaks in a dialogue or participates a conversation.
    • In Scots law, a judgment or sentence pronounced for the duration of a suit, but which does not finally determine the main cause.
    • In negro minstrelsy, the middleman. See middleman, 4.
    • the performer in the middle of a minstrel range which activates others in talk
    • an individual who participates a conversation

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