Examples of legalese in a Sentence
I was confused by the legalese in the contract.
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Sometimes, disputes over voting rights are hard to sort out, since they are often loaded with legalese and hinge on obscure election procedures.
In his dissent in the case of Bush v. Gore, Stevens saw through the obfuscation and the tinpot legalese of that egregious miscarriage of justice and into the future.
My father, a lawyer himself, was delighted to have someone in the family who could speak legalese.
That big block of legalese gives Rockstar and Take-Two the right to change their mind about this laissez-faire attitude towards modding at any time, of course.
Looking back, the extension deal was pretty simple, just a few pages of transparent legalese.
There are a few lawsuits that appear to have been filed in court, using the appropriate legalese.
But as with online user agreements and Steve Harvey employee memos, the devil is in the legalese-laden details.
This has happened largely in secret, aside from a few public statements in legalese that are nearly impossible to parse.
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Definition of legalese for English Language Learners
: the language used by lawyers that is difficult for most people to understand : legal jargon
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