a judge of elegance or matters of taste.
[gey-uh s] /ˈgeɪ əs/ (show ipa), (gaius petronius arbiter”arbiter elegantiae”) died a.d. 66? roman satirist.
white and trembling, the n-ble was not now the exquisite arbiter elegantiae; nor the imperturbable augustian.
triplanetary edward elmer smith
gaius (ˈɡaɪəs), known as petronius arbiter. died 66 ad, roman satirist, supposed author of the satyricon, a picaresque account of the licentiousness of contemporary society
capable of ; subject to the decision of an arbiter or : an arbitrable dispute.
a person who engages in . contemporary examples far from a champion of limited government, abramoff made his living as an arbitrager of big government. david’s book club: ‘capitol punishment’ david frum march 22, 2012
a person who engages in . historical examples as for the degree of risk to be taken in business of this kind, that is entirely at the discretion of the arbitrageur. elements of foreign exchange franklin escher
pertaining to an arbiter or to . historical examples of what avail are our courts of arbitral justice when this intolerable economic waste is permitted! prize orations of the intercollegiate peace -ssociation intercollegiate peace -ssociation arbitral tribunals may have to deal with questions either of law or fact, or of both combined. encyclopaedia britannica, 11th […]
the act of ; . the decision or sentence pr-nounced by an arbiter. the power of absolute and final decision. historical examples to acquire creditors is not at the disposure of each man’s arbitrament. gargantua and pantagruel, complete. francois rabelais if so, what fairer test of courage will you propose than the arbitrament of war—the […]