Thesaurus / arbitrament

opposites of arbitrament

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Finally it is agreed that the arbitrament of Diana shall be invited and accepted as conclusive.
They spent four fruitless years over the question, and it remained undecided until settled by the arbitrament of the sword.
In either supposition the distribution and possession of the earth's bounty are subject entirely to the arbitrament of might.
DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICEJOHN A. (JOHN AUGUSTINE) RYAN
The dispute, however, could not be settled by friendly means, but was left to the arbitrament of the sword.
The case had been appealed to the arbitrament of steel and gunpowder.
The question of attending church Stephen referred to Alice's arbitrament; she decided in the affirmative.
Its object is to achieve by persuasion and negotiation what otherwise must be left to the arbitrament of war.
Like War in our day, its justice and fitness as an arbitrament were early doubted or condemned.
Since that time no parliamentary dispute has been referred to the arbitrament of the pistol.
On February 18 he was inaugurated, and in his address again referred to the "arbitrament of the sword."

WORDS RELATED TO ARBITRAMENT

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