arbitrament[är bi′trə mənt]
arbitrament definition by Webster's New World
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- an arbitrator's verdict or award
- the power to judge or right to decide
Origin: Middle English and amp; Old French arbitrement ; from Classical Latin arbitrari: see arbitrate
arbitrament definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- The act of arbitrating; arbitration.
- The judgment of an arbitrator or arbiter.
Origin: Middle English arbitrement, from Old French, from arbitrer, to judge; see arbitrage.