To bring suit

Definition of To bring suit

(Law) To bring secta, followers or witnesses, to prove the plaintiff's demand.
In modern usage, to institute an action.

See also: Suit Suit

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To brim over
To bring a sail to
To bring about
To bring back
To bring by the lee
To bring down
To bring down the house
To bring forth
To bring forward
To bring grist to the maill
To bring home
To bring in
To bring into play
To bring off
To bring on
To bring one on one's way
To bring one round
To bring one to his bearings
To bring out
To bring over
-To bring suit-
To bring to
To bring to book
To bring to grass
To bring to light
To bring to pass
To bring to the gangway
To bring to the hammer
To bring under
To bring up
To bring up (any one) with a round turn
To bring up by hand
To bring up the rear
To bring up with a round turn
To bristle up
To broach to
To brush aside
To brush away
To brush up
To brustle up
To buckle to
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