lawsuit

[ law-soot ]SEE DEFINITION OF lawsuit

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He used to boast that he had a lawsuit for every letter in the alphabet.

For, if poor, they will think a bird in the hand worth two in the bush of a lawsuit.

Was the paper you lost something to do with the Sterzer-Gordon lawsuit?

It frightens me—raising my old nightmare of a lawsuit about the legitimacy of my child.

Then Mr. Mildmay, who is so very quiet, said that there would be a lawsuit.

Now that it is begun, I am going to out with it, if it costs a lawsuit.

It is said there must be a right and a wrong side to every lawsuit.

I cannot think you have any thing serious to fear from a lawsuit.

With the one it's a feud, and with the other it's a lawsuit.

I had some trouble with them years ago, and I won out in a lawsuit.

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