To serve a writ

Definition of To serve a writ

(Law) to read it to the defendant, or to leave an attested copy at his usual place of abode.

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To see to
To seed down
To seek
To seek after
To seek for
To seek the life of
To seek to
To seek upon
To seize on
To sell
To sell bargains
To sell one's life dearly
To sell out
To sell short
To send for
To send packing
To send to Coventry
To send to the right-about
To serve a process
To serve a warrant
-To serve a writ-
To serve an attachment
To serve an execution
To serve an office
To serve one out
To serve one right
To serve one the same sauce
To serve one's self of
To serve tables
To serve the cable
To set
To set a sail
To set a saw
To set a sponge
To set about
To set abroach
To set against
To set agoing
To set apart
To set aside
To set at naught
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