Arbitration [noun]

Definition of Arbitration:

settlement of dispute

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Sentence/Example of Arbitration:

After lunch and the arbitration proceedings had been despatched, our Pegasus towed us back.

This year closed, however, before the dispute was terminated: it was still left open to arbitration.

If the landlord declined to accept the amount offered, the value should be adjusted by arbitration.

Harry was mentioned only once—in connection with his letter to Iver about the Arbitration.

Guatemala previously had given its adhesion to the principles of arbitration promulgated under The Hague Convention.

She urged arbitration on the model the United States had dictated in the Venezuela dispute.

Little Jean was probably too youthful yet to take part in that literary arbitration.

The basic idea of the trade agreement is that of collective bargaining rather than arbitration.

He, too, was opposed to compulsory arbitration, but he showed that he had thought out the point less clearly than Foster.

The new situation was brought home to the brotherhoods in the course of several wage arbitration cases in which they figured.