Definition of "vexatious"
  1. A term that describes an action or behavior that does not have a sufficient basis and is intended only for causing annoyance or disturbance when objectively evaluated
How to use "vexatious" in a sentence
  1. The manager claimed that the employee's complaint was vexatious with an intent to harass and not due to a legitimate grievance.
  2. The court rejected the claim, calling it vexatious due to its lack of substance and obvious intent to harass.
  3. The company faced vexatious legal actions that seemed to be intended more to annoy than to address legitimate issues.

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