Synonym: complainant. Similar words: complaint, explain, complain about, stiff, maintain, identify, scientific, identification. Meaning: ['pleɪntɪf] n. a person who brings an action in a court of law.
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1, She is the plaintiff in the suit.
2, The plaintiff was awarded damages.
3, The plaintiff claimed that the correct procedures had not been followed.
4, The plaintiff was guilty of contributory negligence for failing to wear a crash helmet.
5, The judge found for the plaintiff.
6, The judge decided for the plaintiff.
7, The jury found against the plaintiff.
8, The judge decided for plaintiff.
9, The judge decided for / against the plaintiff.
10, Who appeared for the plaintiff ?
11, Mr. Smith appeared for the plaintiff.
12, The plaintiff moved for a rehearing.
13, The judge ruled against the plaintiff.
14, The jury decided against the plaintiff.
15, The plaintiff must prove that the defendant was negligent.
16, Costs were awarded against the plaintiff.
17, The burden of proof lay on the plaintiff to prove negligence.
18, The plaintiff is aged 30 and has a normal expectation of life.
19, The court decided against the plaintiff in the case of James vs . Smith.
20, The plaintiff battled the decision all the way to the Supreme Court.
21, The burden of proof lies with the plaintiff throughout.
22, Under the Act the plaintiff can sue either.
23, The plaintiff was a professional photographer.
24, The plaintiff fell through a roof and was injured.
25, The plaintiff contracted dermatitis,[sentencedict.com](http://sentencedict.com/plaintiff.html) a skin disease.
26, The plaintiff might have given or refused leave.
27, The plaintiff was injured and sued in negligence.
28, The court decreed that the defendant should pay the plaintiff $ 5 , 000.
29, Ten days passed from the court's acceptance of the case to its resolution, expeditious remedy much appreciated by the American plaintiff.
30, The judge ruled against / in favour of the plaintiff.
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