litigator [lit-i-gey-ter] ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. a courtroom lawyer.
  2. a litigant.

Origin of litigator First recorded in 1900–05; litigate + -or2 Examples from the Web for litigator Contemporary Examples of litigator

  • The Democrats had a courtroom squad in place that included David Boies, a high-profile New York litigator.

    Bill Daley Asks: Is Obama Campaign Ready for Recounts?

    James Warren

    July 23, 2012

  • Word Origin and History for litigator n.

    agent noun from Latin litigare (see litigation). Latin litigator meant “a party to a lawsuit; litigant.”

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