Definition of Sued

Sued imp. & p. p. means: of Sue

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Sued imp. & p. p. means: of Sue

Meaning of Sued

Sued (imp. & p. p.) means: of Sue

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Sued (imp. & p. p.): of Sue

Suability (n.): Liability to be sued; the state of being subjected by law to civil process.

Suable (a.): Capable of being sued; subject by law to be called to answer in court.

Reseizer (n.): The taking of lands into the hands of the king where a general livery, or oustre le main, was formerly mis-sued, contrary to the form and order of law.

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breville devil means: Term denoting frenzied experimental masturbator, Certain models of Breville sandwich toasters came with special plastic tongs for removing the lethally hot toasted sandwiches from the machine (doubtless because someone had probably in the past burnt their hands trying to do so and sued the company). Allegedly, one Ollie Coats, used said tongs to beat himself off with. Needless to say, toasted sandwiches ceased to be a popular snack in his boarding house. Originated at the The Leys School, Cambridge.

Meaning of rainbow flag

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Meaning of Sued

Sued means: of Sue

Meaning of Suability

Suability means: Liability to be sued; the state of being subjected by law to civil process.

Meaning of Suable

Suable means: Capable of being sued; subject by law to be called to answer in court.

Meaning of Reseizer

Reseizer means: The taking of lands into the hands of the king where a general livery, or oustre le main, was formerly mis-sued, contrary to the form and order of law.

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