verb (used with object), sued, su·ing.
verb (used without object), sued, su·ing.
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Origin of sue
OTHER WORDS FROM suesuer, nounun·sued, adjective
Definition for sue (2 of 2)
Example sentences from the Web for sue
She sued the HFPA in 2020, claiming that it embodied a “culture of corruption.”
Each was immediately sued by CGA, and the Los Angeles measure will also likely be challenged in court.As Cities Mandate Hazard Pay for Grocery Workers, Groceries Sue|Brendan Seibel|February 26, 2021|Eater
None of the recommendations included suing the bureau to release data earlier than it had planned.Ohio sues Census Bureau over new redistricting deadline|Tara Bahrampour|February 25, 2021|Washington Post
He was one of Harvey Weinstein’s fiercest opponents and sued Weinstein’s company to get restitution for survivors.
Tech companies are, of course, suing to block the law from taking effect saying it violates the Internet Tax Freedom Act.Facebook unfriends Australia and Maryland passes ad tax; Monday’s daily brief|Carolyn Lyden|February 22, 2021|Search Engine Land
The NRA wants the ability to sue local officials for passing laws that protect public safety.
The families of suicide victims often sue and can win large settlements.
Enter Americans United for Separation of Church and State, which threatened to sue.
Which was issued as the B-Side to Peggy Sue Got Married in 1959.Greil Marcus Talks About Trying to Unlock Rock and Roll in 10 Songs|Allen Barra|November 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“Sue (Or In a Season of Crime)” brings the rock chameleon into jazz territory, backed up by a horn-heavy jazz big band.
He gave his mother several groups in stone for the dining-room; they are all funny, Sue says.
In many states statutes exist defining their right to sue and be sued, and their liability to creditors.
Sue Greyson is to accompany my mother; I shall be much away, and I do not like to leave her with strangers.
He can do another thing, accept the stock and sue for the damage he has sustained by the deceit that has been practiced on him.
I know that you will say I regret exceedingly, Miss Sue, that you have misinterpreted my friendly attentions.