Definition of "long-arm"
  1. Associated with or resulting from a long-arm statute
How to use "long-arm" in a sentence
  1. The court exercised its long-arm jurisdiction to handle the out-of-state dispute.
  2. The business was subject to long-arm laws as it had operations within the state.
  3. The defendant's action triggered the state's long-arm statute, allowing the court to hear the case.

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