An action or a suit brought before a court, as to recover a right or redress a grievance.(noun)
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Use "lawsuit" in a sentence
"Also ahead, the World Trade Center cough and why some are now uttering the term lawsuit in a very clear voice."
"This for the reason that the lawsuit is a facial challenge, not a challenge to the law as applied."
"Asked if the campaign had any qualms about using the legal action in a political ad, McMaster spokesman Rob Godfrey said the lawsuit is a key example of the candidate's courage and leadership abilities."