Definition of Arbitrational

1. Adjective. Relating to or resulting from arbitration. "An arbitrational settlement"

Exact synonyms: Arbitral
Partainyms: Arbitration, Arbitration
Derivative terms: Arbitration, Arbitration



Definition of Arbitrational

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to arbitration ¹

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Definition of Arbitrational

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Arbitrational

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arbitrarinesses
arbitrarious
arbitrariously
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arbitrarity
arbitrary
arbitrate
arbitrated
arbitrates
arbitrating
arbitration
arbitration agreement
arbitration clause
arbitrational (current term)
arbitrations
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arbitrators
arbitratour
arbitratrices
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arbitrement
arbitress
arbitresses
arblast
arblasts
arbor
arbor Dianae

Literary usage of Arbitrational

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1. The Two Hague Conferences and Their Contributions to International Law by William Isaac Hull (1908)
"It follows from this that a general arbitrational agreement which, between two states, defines with sufficient clearness the rights and duties which flow ..."

2. The Universal Accountant and Complete Merchant: In Two Volumes by William Gordon (1770)
"... and on Paris at ~$\^d.ptr ecu, the arbitrational price between ... exchange for Paris is at 54^ grotes per ecu, which is below the arbitrational price, ..."

3. Men of the Time: A Dictionary of Contemporaries, Containing Biographical by Thompson Cooper (1879)
"... was one of the arbitrators of t Geneva arbitrational tribunal in 18' In 1873. the office of Chief Justice the Supreme Court of the Unit States, ..."

4. The Philosophy of Right: With Special Reference to the Principles and by Diodato Lioy (1891)
"As a more efficacious remedy he also suggested an arbitrational tribunal, even without coercive power; for its just sentences would be confirmed by public ..."

5. Lessons of the World-war by Augustin Frédéric Hamon (1919)
"Even the extreme pacifists are realizing that no arbitrational machinery, however excellent, can assure the future; but M. Hamon goes deeper into the ..."

6. Men of the Time: A Dictionary of Contemporaries by Thompson Cooper (1875)
"He was one of the arbitrators at the Geneva arbitrational tribunal in 1872. In 1873, the office of Chief Justice having been vacated by the death of Justice ..."

7. The Divine Comedy of Patriotism by Mortimer Thomson (1900)
"Remember the arbitrational issue of Behring. It would double the crime of a war to defy that example. Next time let the comic editors handle such question; ..."

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