Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Regular succession, order, or gradation; proportion.
- n. The act or process of making or paying suit; wooing.
- n. The act or process of prosecuting judicially; bringing suit.
- Following; ensuing.
- Conformable; in proportion.
- n. Same as sewing.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. obsolete The process of soaking through anything.
- Compare French suer ("to sweat"). (Wiktionary)
“Maybe Carl Reiner will lead the way in suing because of the opti-grabeffects.”
“Their governor lines up, their lieutenant governor lines up, their attorney general sues, takes the lead in suing, and trying to pull our country back.”
“California was right in suing someone for co2 pollution.”
“But where's the fun (and notoriety) in suing Richard Armitage?”
“Why is Spain suing these Justice Department lawyers???”
“And no amount of suing is ever going to change that.”
“Gregeoire has a few words to say about her Lt.Gen. signing on with other AGs in suing the federal government.”
“I think Miss California is right in suing the pageant officials for discrimination.”
“Not really sure the point in suing the State, as medicaid would be picking up his treatment.”
“Their lawyer, D. Westbrook Doss Jr., said there was neither glee nor much monetary reward in suing teenagers, but a point had to be made: schoolchildren deserve to feel safe.”
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