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synonyms for litigious

  • belligerent
  • combative
  • contentious
  • argumentative
  • disputable
See also synonyms for: litigiousness
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This is summed up in the statement that the English accepts the 'litigious' and the French the 'inquisitorial' system.
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WORDS RELATED TO LITIGIOUS

  • belligerent
  • combative
  • contentious
  • contrary
  • controversial
  • disputatious
  • factious
  • fire-eating
  • having a chip on one's shoulder
  • litigious
  • opinionated
  • pugnacious
  • quarrelsome
  • salty
  • scrappy
  • spiky
  • touchy
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