• (America) IPA: /pɹəˈtestəɹ/, /ˈpɹoʊtestəɹ/

protester (plural protesters)

  1. One who protests, either singly or in a public display of group feeling.
    The protesters thronged Trafalgar Square and sang anti-war songs.
  2. (legal) One who protests a bill of exchange, or note.
    • 1997, Charles Evan Stewart, Transnational Contracts (volume 1, page 96)
      The protester must also draw up an affidavit containing the literal reproduction of the bill with its acceptance, endorsements, guarantee by endorsement ("aval"), and anything else contained in the note […]
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