Amercer
Amercer \A*mer"cer\, n. One who amerces. [1913 Webster]

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  • amerce — amerceable, adj. amercement, n. amercer, n. /euh merrs /, v.t., amerced, amercing. 1. to punish by imposing a fine not fixed by statute. 2. to punish by inflicting any discretionary or arbitrary penalty. [1250 1300; ME amercy < AF amerci(er) to… …   Universalium

  • amerce — /əˈmɜs/ (say uh mers) verb (t) (amerced, amercing) 1. to punish by an arbitrary or discretionary fine, i.e., one not fixed by statute. 2. to punish by inflicting a discretionary penalty of any kind. {Middle English amercy, from Old French phrase… …   Australian English dictionary

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