Definition Of instituter

verb

a commentary, treatise, or summary of principles, especially concerning law.

The Long Parliament returned the favor by ordering the Second, Third, and Fourth Parts of Coke's Institutes of the Laws of England published posthumously.

a society or organization having a particular object or common factor, especially a scientific, educational, or social one.

the Institute for Advanced Studies

appoint (someone) to a position, especially as a cleric.

his sons were instituted to his benefice in 1986

set in motion or establish (something, especially a program, system, or inquiry).

the Illinois Department of Conservation instituted a hunt to remove deer

Example Of instituter

  • a research institute

  • After the wife instituted proceedings in the Family Court, a share which was held by the husband in the trustee company, was transferred to the children of the marriage.

  • Alexander G. and Andrea H. agreed to institute legal proceedings.

  • As a volunteer, he is making use of English songs and reading materials to teach old people at the lifelong education institute .

  • Attending a university or science institute is difficult because there is much competition just to get in.


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