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oblocutor (plural oblocutors)

  1. A gainsayer; a critic.
    • 1838, John Foxe, The Acts and Monuments of John Foxe, page 511:
      [] the censure of the judges, the railing language of the oblocutor []
    • 2017, Richard Seymour, Corbyn: The Strange Rebirth of Radical Politics, page xlii:
      In this, Labour was addressing the problems of twenty-first-century Britain, something that was already clear in Corbyn's 2015 leadership bid, but was largely ignored by his oblocutors.

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