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Word of the Day 08/05/18 Makebate

Makebate (noun)
makebate [meyk-beyt]

noun Archaic.
1. a person who causes contention or discord.

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Origin: 1520–30; make + bate contention, discord (Middle English, derivative of baten to fight, strive; see bate)

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