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appellant (Ff “appealant”): adj. accusing or impeaching another of treason R2 I. i. 34 “Come I appellant to this princely presence,” IV. i. 104 “Lords Appellants” (Fr. pl. of adj.).—sb. one who challenged another to single combat to prove upon his body the treason or felony of which he ‘appealed’ him R2 I. iii. 4 “the summons of the appellant's trumpet,” 2H6 II. iii. 49.
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    • William Shakespeare, The Second Part of Henry VI, 2.3
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