Great Writ

Definition of "Great Writ"
  1. A term referring to the most significant writs in law, particularly concerning rights and liberties
How to use "Great Writ" in a sentence
  1. The individual appealed to the court invoking the Great Writ to protect his liberties.
  2. The attorney argued that the Great Writ was fundamental to ensuring his client's rights.
  3. The judge recognized the importance of the Great Writ in maintaining the rule of law.

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