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amicus

[ uh-mahy-kuhs, uh-mee- ]
/ əˈmaɪ kəs, əˈmi- /
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adjective Law.
of, relating to, or representing an amicus curiae, a friend of the court: The church stated its official position in an amicus brief.
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