Tortious

Tor'tious adjective [ From Tort .] 1. Injurious; wrongful. [ Obsolete] ' Tortious power.' Spenser. 2. (Law) Imploying tort, or privat injury for which the law gives damages; involing tort.
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tortious

adjective of or pertaining to the nature of a tort; `tortious acts`
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Tortious

• (a.) Imploying tort, or privat injury for which the law gives damages; involing tort. • (a.) Injurious; wrongful.
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Tortious

A doing or an act which is a tort
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tortious

adj. referring to an act which is a tort (civil wrong).
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tortious

committing a wrongful deed
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Tortious

Constituting a tort (civil wrong), referring to an act that is a tort.
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