embraceor

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em·brace·or

or em·brac·er  (ĕm-brā′sər)
n.
One who commits embracery.

[Middle English imbrasour, from Anglo-Norman embraceor, probably from embracer, to embrace, incite, influence a court by illegal means, from Old French; see embrace.]

embraceor

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embracer

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embrasor

n
(Law) criminal law a person guilty of embracery
[C15: from Old French embraseor, from embraser to instigate, literally: to set on fire, from braser to burn, from brese live coals]

em•brace•or

(ɛmˈbreɪ sər)

n.
a person guilty of embracery.
[1400–50; late Middle English < Anglo-French; Middle French embraseor instigator]