Definition for AM'BI-DEX-TER

AM'BI-DEX-TER, n. [L. ambo, both, and dexter, the right hand.]

  1. A person who uses both hands with equal facility.
  2. A double dealer; one equally ready to act on either side in party disputes. [This sense is used in ludicrous language.]
  3. In law, a juror who takes money from both parties, for giving his verdict; an embracer. – Cowel.

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