admeasurer


admeasurer
admeasurer
(ædˈmɛʒ(j)ʊərə(r), -ʒərə(r))
[f. admeasure + -er1.]
‘One who admeasures.’ Craig 1847, and mod. Dicts.

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  • Admeasurer — Ad*meas ur*er, n. One who admeasures. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • admeasure — admeasurer, n. /ad mezh euhr/, v.t., admeasured, admeasuring. 1. to measure off or out; apportion. 2. Naut. to measure the dimensions and capacity of a vessel, as for official registration. [1300 50; ME amesuren < MF amesurer, with AD r. A 5; see …   Universalium