Definition of Lawyered

1. Verb. (past of lawyer) ¹



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Definition of Lawyered

1. lawyer [v] - See also: lawyer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lawyered

lawsone
lawsonia
lawsonite
lawsons
lawsuit
lawsuits
lawyer
lawyer's wig
lawyer-client relation
lawyer-readable
lawyer bush
lawyer cane
lawyer up
lawyerball
lawyerbush
lawyered (current term)
lawyerese
lawyering
lawyerings
lawyerless
lawyerlike
lawyerly
lawyers
lawyerspeak
lax
laxadaisical
laxation
laxations
laxative
laxativeness

Literary usage of Lawyered

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1. The Lone-star of Liberia: Being the Outcome of Reflections on Our Own People by Frederick Alexander Durham (1892)
"There are many briefless but talented African lawyers in the over-lawyered British Colonies who are almost on the point of starvation ; but Liberia is a ..."

2. The Great Peace by Harry Huntington Powers (1918)
"To a knowledge which no be-lawyered tribunal could ever acquire, a knowledge which is less an acquisition than an inheritance, is joined a reverence and a ..."

3. Wordsworth and the English Lake Country: An Introduction to a Poet's Country by Eric Sutherland Robertson (1911)
"He doctored his parish and lawyered it, drawing up all wills, conveyances, and other covenants; he balanced accounts, and often accompanied farmers to ..."

4. Wordsworth and the English Lake Country: An Introduction to a Poet's Country by Sidney Grundy, Eric Sutherland Robertson, Arthur Tucker (1911)
"He doctored his parish and lawyered it, drawing up all wills, conveyances, and other covenants; he balanced accounts, and often accompanied farmers to ..."

5. Wanderings in West Africa from Liverpool to Fernando Po by Richard Francis Burton (1863)
"The more fortunate—Mr. Johnson— hailed us, climbed on board, grinned an African grin a the misfortunes of his rival, who had once " lawyered " us, ..."

6. International Trade in Professional Services: Advancing Liberalisation by Oecd, (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope (1997)
"... In 1993. a worldwide survey indicated that Australia was the fourth most heavily lawyered country in the world with one lawyer to every 380 people'. ..."

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