Definition of "cross-appellant"
  1. An individual or entity who appeals a court decision while simultaneously being the target of an appeal by the opposing side
How to use "cross-appellant" in a sentence
  1. After the judge's ruling, both parties became dissatisfied, causing both to function as a cross-appellant.
  2. In taking issue with the court's decision, the entity decided to take the role of a cross-appellant.
  3. The defendant and the plaintiff are both acting as a cross-appellant in an effort to revise the judgment on mutually contested terms.

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