Se*de"runt (?), n. [L., they sat, fr. sedere to sit.]

A sitting, as of a court or other body.

'T is pity we have not Burn's own account of that long sederunt. Prof. Wilson.

Acts of sederunt ScotsLaw, ordinances of the Court of Session for the ordering of processes and expediting of justice.



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