Definition of "pluries"
  1. It pertains to a type of court order or writ that is issued when the initial ones, also known as 'alias writs', have not been effective
How to use "pluries" in a sentence
  1. The judge decided to issue a pluries writ after the alias writs did not prompt any action.
  2. The lawyer asked for a pluries writ since the first two orders had been ignored.
  3. After failed attempts with other court orders, the last resort was to issue a pluries.

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