arbitrament

[ ahr-bi-truh-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF arbitrament

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That which was passing in his mind must be the arbitrament of her fate.

If so, what fairer test of courage will you propose than the arbitrament of war—the war just ended?

Oh, Socrates (he answered, deprecatingly), will you not leave it to the arbitrament of Cleinias?

Yet he knew that this was a matter which must be left to the arbitrament of time.

Force of arms had decided the issue, and we accepted its arbitrament.

But the arbitrament of the vote did not allay the suspicions of the Opposition.

Like the Laws of the Duel, they should yield to some arbitrament of reason.

There are propositions which do not lend themselves to the arbitrament of logic with men.

We had the right as sovereign States to submit to the arbitrament of war.

War is not arbitrament by reason, but arbitrament by the sword.

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