appellant[ uh-pel-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF appellant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPELLANT
"Sir Yvo de Taillebois is the appellant," said the high-constable.
She is very cynical, and will by no means side with this appellant or with that.
This property Darnall afterwards sold to Legrand, the appellant, who gave his notes for the purchase-money.
The appellant's plea was sound, and ought not to have been set aside.
"No champion appears for the appellant," said the Grand Master.
Brian de Bois-Gilbert stood ready for the combat, but a champion was still wanting for the appellant.
An appellate court which reverses the judgment of a popular author's contemporaries, the appellant being his obscure competitor.
Even if he were counted, however, the majority was for the appellant, who accordingly won the appeal with costs.
But he went on to decide in the appellant's favour on the merits of the case, giving a long and interesting judgment.
One or two notable passages took place between him and the appellant.