Meaning of forfeiter in English:

forfeiter

Pronunciation /ˈfɔːfɪtə/

noun

See forfeit

‘That was at the end of August, and the car, twice badly shaken, was a forfeiter for the rest of the season.’
  • ‘If the forfeiter applies for reconsideration or submits to court in duration, the legal system institution will take part in the reconsideration or lawsuit.’
  • ‘The leader might also make up something embarrassing for the forfeiter to do such as yawn until someone else yawns or recite a silly tongue twister perfectly.’
  • ‘There, we played more games, except this time we have forfeiters eat up the plate of food we ‘filled-up’ before each set of the game.’
  • ‘These realities are unbeknownst to the forfeiter of the information, and yet we are compelled to act as a reluctant voyeur.’