Obtemper Ob*tem"per, v. t. & i. [See {Obtemperate}.] (Scots Law) To obey (a judgment or decree). [1913 Webster]

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  • obtemper — ob·tem·per …   English syllables

  • obtemper — əbˈtempər transitive verb Etymology: Middle French obtemperer, from Latin obtemperare, from ob to, over + temperare to temper, mingle properly more at ob , temper Scots law : submit, comply, obey …   Useful english dictionary

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