juror definition

  • noun:
    • Law one that serves as an associate of a jury.
    • Law One who awaits or is needed service on a jury.
    • One who acts on a deliberative body analogous to a jury.
    • an associate of a jury
    • an associate of a jury; a juryman.
    • an associate of any jury for awarding prizes, etc.
    • person who takes or has brought an oath; person who swears; an oath-taker. Compare nonjuror.
    • one that acts on a jury; a juryman; people sworn to supply the truth regarding research provided him concerning any matter concerned or on test.
    • The syndic of a gild or trade, chosen because of the people in a craft to act as arbiter between master and man, study apprentices, initiate masters, and represent your body of those.
    • One of a body of men chosen to adjudge awards, etc., at a public convention or competition of any sort
    • an individual who acts (or waits becoming called to offer) on a jury

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