Origin of tortious
OTHER WORDS FROM tortioustor·tious·ly, adverbun·tor·tious, adjectiveun·tor·tious·ly, adverb
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How to use tortious in a sentence
He is also suing both his ex-wife and her company for “tortious interference with his business relationships with suppliers.”Lady Gaga Wears Elizabeth Hurley's Famous Safety Pin Versace Dress, David Beckham H&M Campaign Shoot|The Fashion Beast Team|October 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The Cook's proceeding was undoubtedly tortious; it was not a criminal action, though it certainly cannot be called a civil one.