Meaning of umpirage in English:


Pronunciation /ˈʌmpʌɪrɪdʒ/


See umpire

‘Nations without that umpirage are in the condition of a population without government.’
  • ‘The invention relates to a whistle for use in umpirage of athletic games and in security jobs including guiding and signaling to gathering people.’
  • ‘There he spoke eloquently ‘of cultivating general friendship, and of bringing collisions of interest to the umpirage of reason rather than of force.’’
  • ‘At our distance, we hear too little truth and too much falsehood to form correct judgments concerning them; and they are moreover foreign to our umpirage.’
  • ‘This umpirage, it is to be hoped, will grow into an uniform custom.’