Go-between

Go'-be·tween` noun An intermediate agent; a broker; a procurer; -- usually in a disparaging sense. Shak.
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Go-between

• (n.) An intermediate agent; a broker; a procurer; -- usually in a disparaging sense.
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go-between

(from the article `family law`) ...and bridegroom was almost always formally required, it may be questioned how real the consent was in the case of a child bride or in marriages ...
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