Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who makes or is authorized to make an excuse or apology.
- n. In English law, one who makes an accusation.
- n. In old Ger. law, a defendant; one who wholly denies the plaintiff's cause of action.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. obsolete One who makes, or is authorized to make, an excuse; an apologist.
- Latin (Wiktionary)
“excusator," sent merely to maintain that the King of England could not be cited to plead before the Papal Court, should be heard or not.”
“excusator," a person formally empowered to protest for him that he could not by the laws of England plead at a foreign tribunal; and that with this imperfect recognition of his authority the pope would be satisfied.”
“He will send the excusator when he hears again from M. de”
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