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Friday March 6, 2015

Litigious (li-TIJ-uhs)

Overly eager and inclined to settle a dispute in court

Usage Examples

  • Daytime television is replete with court proceedings of disputes between litigious people.
  • We were cautious in letting the children of our litigious neighbor use our trampoline for fear of being sued if any of them got hurt.

Word Usage Tip

Make special note of the pronunciation. Litigious is pronounced li-TIJ-uhs not LIT-i-guhs.

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