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adulterer XVI. Used XVI–XVIII beside synon. †adulter, but finally established as the more congruent form in the series adulterate †commit adultery, -erer, -eress, -erous, adultery, which repl. the ME. forms (XIV) avoutren, -rer, -resse, -rous (XV), -rie, all of which were from derivs. in OF. of L. adulterāre (see prec.).

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adulterer

a·dul·ter·er / əˈdəltərər/ • n. a person who commits adultery.

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