Definition of "frivolous"
  1. An action, lawsuit, or appeal that lacks basis and is intended more to cause annoyance or interference rather than resolve a dispute
How to use "frivolous" in a sentence
  1. The judge warned the plaintiff against filing a frivolous lawsuit that lacked legitimate basis.
  2. The attorney faced penalties for engaging in frivolous actions that embarrassed the opposition and wasted court time.
  3. Because of its lack of evidence and intent to harass, the motion was deemed frivolous.

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