If the haunted house staff treats you with extra care and don’t subject you to the worst frights, it might not be because they like you, but because they know you’re litigious: you tend to sue people.

Litigious is the adjective form of litigation, the act of suing someone in court. If a person is called litigious that means they tend to sue people, maybe excessively. If you think that there are too many lawsuits, you think that a litigious culture is not good, but if you think it’s important for people to demand compensation for other people’s negligence, then maybe you appreciate litigious behavior.

Definitions of litigious
  1. adjective

    of or relating to litigation

  2. adjective

    inclined or showing an inclination to dispute or disagree, even to engage in law suits

    litigious and acrimonious spirit”
    combative, contentious, disputatious, disputative


    given to or characterized by argument

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