The community is both tight-lipped and litigious, a combination that makes it difficult to find people willing to talk about it.
Three years in Singapore: another alien identity card and immense red tape in that fussy, litigious bureaucracy.
Regan is being chased by litigious bankruptcy creditors somehow connected to a crooked lawyer she once hired.
ANDREA CONSTAND (2004) The most litigious of the group is Constand.
They are “not litigious people,” as Sarah said, but they felt they had a right to sue.
The Frazer Institute was incorporated in 1870 and opened to the public in 1885 after a long delay from litigious actions.
The general disposition was choleric, pugnacious, litigious.
Noakes, John O', a fictitious name for a litigious person, used by lawyers in actions of ejectment.
It was not a company to sympathize deeply with such a litigious spirit.
If the spirit be not tamed and broken by these happy methods, it is stubborn and litigious.
late 14c., "fond of disputes," from Middle French litigieux and directly from Latin litigiosus "contentious, quarrelsome," from litigium "dispute, strife," related to litigare (see litigation). Meaning "fond of engaging in lawsuits" is from 1620s. Earlier in English than litigate or litigation. Related: Litigiousness.