Definition of "tort"
  1. A wrongful act that leads to physical, psychological, or financial harm, or property damage, usually due to someone's negligence or intentional actions
How to use "tort" in a sentence
  1. The plaintiff filed a lawsuit claiming that the company's negligence resulted in a tort.
  2. The personal injury lawyer specializes in legal cases involving torts.
  3. She was found guilty of a tort due to her reckless driving causing bodily harm to another person.

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