Law A method of objecting that admits the facts of the opponent's argument but denies that they sustain the pleading based upon them.(noun)
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Use "demurrer" in a sentence
"Wednesday's term was demurrer, which is defined as:"
"Chief Justice Cartter then delivered the opinion of the court, sustaining the demurrer, which is as follows:"
"And. by the court — A demurrer for good caufe would certainly have been an ifluable plea within the meaning of the defendant's undertaking: But as the demurrer is a gene - ral one; and as there does not appear to be any good caufe for demurring, the court ought to intend, that it was a trick t® poftpone the trial of the c? tufe."