verb (used with object), lit·i·gat·ed, lit·i·gat·ing.
verb (used without object), lit·i·gat·ed, lit·i·gat·ing.
Origin of litigate
Related formslit·i·ga·tive, adjectivere·lit·i·gate, verb (used with object), re·lit·i·gat·ed, re·lit·i·gat·ing.un·lit·i·gat·ed, adjectiveun·lit·i·gat·ing, adjective
Examples from the Web for litigate
That it took 12 years to litigate without one does no credit to the legal system.
Our super-rich can litigate and settle their way out of charges we peons could never escape.
He knew it, I told him, to be my resolution not to litigate with my father.Clarissa, Volume 3 (of 9)|Samuel Richardson
I did not know but that you had found something besides to litigate.Lemorne Versus Huell|Elizabeth Drew Stoddard
They cannot come into court to litigate their claims, nor can a court decide on them.The Life of John Marshall (Volume 2 of 4)|Albert J. Beveridge
But so long as it's nobody but Goshorn, I'm goin' to stay and litigate the question till the Millerite millennium comes.The End Of The World|Edward Eggleston
They are now protected by the treaty, but we will litigate them out of all their grants.The Little Lady of Lagunitas|Richard Henry Savage