Definition of Intromitter

1. n. One who intromits.



Definition of Intromitter

1. Noun. One who intromits. ¹

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Definition of Intromitter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intromitter

introitus vaginæ
introject
introjected
introjecting
introjection
introjections
introjects
introld
intromission
intromissions
intromit
intromits
intromitted
intromittent
intromitter (current term)
intromitters
intromitting
intron
intron splicing
intronic
intronization
intronless
introns
intropression
intropressions
intropunitive
introreception
introrse
intros

Literary usage of Intromitter

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1. An Institute of the Law of Scotland: In Four Books : in the Order of Sir by John Erskine, George Mackenzie, James Ivory (1828)
"But an action, when restricted to simple restitution, is competent to a creditor against the heir of the intromitter ; for though an heir does not represent ..."

2. A Digest of the Law of Scotland: With Special Reference to the Office and by Hugh Barclay, Scotland (1855)
"... with moveable succession, renders the intromitter, whether he be the representative or a stranger, liable for the whole debts of the deceased. ..."

3. A Dictionary and Digest of the Law of Scotland, with Short Explanations of by William Bell, George Ross (1861)
"Lastly, The passive title is excluded by the intromitter's confirmation as executor, whereby ho incurs an obligation to account to the extent of the ..."

4. Scottish Law Magazine, and Sheriff Court Reporter by Scotland Sheriff Courts (1863)
"... intromitter. Held that the action teas irrelevant as laid, and same dismissed with expenses. THIS case arose out of the following circumstances:— James ..."

5. Summary of the Law of Intestate Succession in Scotland: With a Brief Outline by Peter Hay Cameron (1884)
"As the liability arises ex delicto it cannot be founded on against the heir of the intromitter, but if the action be restricted to simple restitution it may ..."

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