arbitrate

[ ahr-bi-treyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF arbitrate

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I conclude you do not wish this amiable company to arbitrate between us.

I have noticed that it is generally the one who is in the wrong who refuses to arbitrate.

"Let the peace of God rule (or arbitrate) in your hearts" (Col. 3: 15).

Elizabeth at once offered to arbitrate between Mary and her subjects.

He would carry the game into the enemy's camp and then, if necessary, arbitrate.

I was not consulted, and my father declined to arbitrate between them.

These Quakers, disagreeing, had asked Penn to arbitrate between them.

A mixed commission to arbitrate between France and Chili, 1882.

This is my section, Grant drawled with no show of inclination to arbitrate the matter.

He assumed the right to arbitrate between Ptolemy and Cleopatra.

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