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Definition of "litigator" []

  • To bring or contest (a claim, action, etc) in a lawsuit (verb)
  • To engage in legal proceedings (verb)
  • A person employed to litigate, a lawyer skilled in arguing in court. (noun)

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Use "litigator" in a sentence
  • "Seriously, you claim to be a litigator; is it really effective in the UK to simply declare the other side’s position to be wrong without making actual arguments?"
  • "He figured out that being a litigator was your best chance of getting rich."
  • "A former partner at the staid Manhattan law firm Davis Polk & Wardwell, the litigator was a longtime coun - sel to RJR before taking charge in 1995."