Condescendence



[kon-duh-sen-duh ns] /ˌkɒn dəˈsɛn dəns/

noun
1.
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2.
Scot. a list or specification of particulars.
/ˌkɒndɪˈsɛndəns/
noun
1.
(Scots law) a statement of facts presented by the plaintiff in a cause
2.
a less common word for condescension
n.

1630s, from French condescendance, from condescendre, from Latin condescendere (see condescend).

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