from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The character or quality of being litigious; litigiousness.
  • n. In Scots law, a tacit legal prohibition of alienation, to the prejudice of a begun action or diligence the object of which is to attain the possession or to acquire the property of a particular subject, or to attach it in security of debt.


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  • You may submit more than one entry, of course; but, please, although we boast we're an equal-op photoshop reposistop, we honour and respect copyrighted images of all persuasions; so, govern yourselves accordingly (and keep us out of litigiosity to the Nth degree, please and thank you in advance).

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