Simple past tense and past participle of sue.(verb)
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Use "sued" in a sentence
"And then there's Neil Young, who returned to form with his albums "Freedom" (1989) and "Ragged Glory" (1990) after spending most of the '80s in experiments so quirky - from computer music to country-Western - that his label sued him (unsuccessfully) for making "unrepresentative" records."
"We feel that filing whatever lawsuits against whoever can be sued, is NOT (her emphasis) a solution for a theme that needs to be addressed by each and everyone of us, yourself included: do we listen to ourselves what is right for us, and, as a leader, do we listen to our hearts and be aware of our responsibility?"
"Ricardo: This body of literature leads to the conclusion that, indeed, the vast majority of genuine victims of malpractice never file suit in the first place (the biggest predictor of whether a doctor gets sued is whether he or she is arrogant and insufficiently charming)."