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interpleader

Syllabification: in·ter·plead·er
Pronunciation: /ˌin(t)ərˈplēdər
 
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Definition of interpleader in English:

noun

Law
A suit pleaded between two parties to determine a matter of claim or right to property held by a third party.

Origin

mid 16th century: from Anglo-Norman French enterpleder, from enter- 'between' + pleder 'to plead'.

Words that rhyme with interpleader

Aïda, bleeder, Breda, breeder, cedar, conceder, corrida, Derrida, Elfreda, e-reader, Etheldreda, feeder, follow-my-leader, interceder, kneader, leader, Leda, Lieder, misleader, pleader, reader, seceder, seeder, speeder, stampeder, succeeder, weeder

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