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Definition of "quittal" []

  • Repayment, requital (noun)
  • Return; requital; quittance. (noun)

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Use "quittal" in a sentence
  • "Within 18 months of their joint quittal from the Maoist Party, Goit and Jwalasingh split again."
  • "But, he contended, there nas a main difference between such publications and the reading of the document alluded to, the former having a direct tendency to load a person with infamy after an ac - quittal had been pronounced."
  • "Oxford - Page 194Indictment was brought in BR by juftices of the peace in Oxford; and after the fame jti/lices brought in there a record if the ac-quittal of the fame ... more pages: 21 37 63 83 99 157 210 491 Canterbury - Page 120In cafe far├čopping a way in tie city of Canterbury, leading from fuch a ftreet to fuch a ilreet, the defendant pleaded not guilty. ... more pages: 52 211 443 Venice - Page 1And the defendant pleaded in bar, that the faid Ruffel 'was not in Venice; upon which the plaintiff demurred."