cursing, malediction, anathema, reprobation, swearing, oath, curse, imprecation, vow, ban, denunciation, profane swearing, sworn statement, blasphemy, profanity, affirmation, blaspheming, adjuration, execration
lawsuit (part of speech: noun)
grievance, writ, lawsuit, impeachment, subpoena, charge, accusation, implication, citation, action, indictment, arraignment, complaint, allegation, prosecution, suit, summons, case, litigation, hearing, count
- And the doctor repeats that affidavit, and then says: " I shall have to finesse a good deal. - "Somehow Good", William de Morgan.
- It stuck out apart from all the others, red and uncompromising, a conclusive affidavit of evil conduct. - "The Lilac Sunbonnet", S.R. Crockett.
- " I have lived with the darling- or the darling has lived with me, and paid me for it; which she certainly should never have done, you may take your affidavit, if I could have afforded to keep either myself or her for nothing- since she was ten years old. - "A Tale of Two Cities A Story of the French Revolution", Charles Dickens.