Ar*bit"ra*ment (#), n. [LL. arbitramentum.]

1.

Determination; decision; arbitration.

The arbitrament of time. Everett.

Gladly at this moment would MacIvor have put their quarrel to personal arbitrament. Sir W. Scott.

2.

The award of arbitrators.

Cowell.

 

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