SPONSION

Etymology

Noun

sponsion (countable and uncountable, plural sponsions)

The act of becoming surety for another.

An act or engagement on behalf of a state, by an agent not specially authorized for the purpose, or by one who exceeds the limits of authority.

Anagrams

• opsonins

Source: Wiktionary


Spon"sion, n. Etym: [L. sonsio, fr. spondere, sponsum, to promise solemnly.]

1. The act of becoming surety for another.

2. (Internat. Law)

Definition: An act or engagement on behalf of a state, by an agent not specially authorized for the purpose, or by one who exceeds the limits of authority.

Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition



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