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damnum absque injuria

dam·num abs·que in·ju·ria \ˈdam-nəm-ˈab-skwē-in-ˈju̇r-ē-ə, ˈdäm-nu̇m-ˈäb-skwā-in-ˈyü-rē-ä\
  1. :  a loss for which the law provides no means of recovery — compare injuria absque damno

Origin and Etymology of damnum absque injuria

Late Latin, loss without unlawful conduct

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a trip made at another's expense

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