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n. - A style that uses the abstruse technical vocabulary of the law.

Usage examples (39)
  • I mean, was it, dull ... too wrapped up in legalese and minutia to be enjoyable?
  • "Solicit" must have a different meaning in legalese than it does in English. posted by sydney on
  • While the language of law can reach tremendous heights, legalese is more often painfully, agonizingly dull.
  • I read some of the legalese from the judgement, but mostly his commentary, which I found interesting and informative. for more
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