Definition of legalese in English:
noun[mass noun] informal
The formal and technical language of legal documents: the typed pages were full of confusing legalese
More example sentences
- Unfortunately, the disclosures are hard to read due to legalese and boilerplate language.
- I guarantee it is no less full of scientific mumbo jumbo than a purchase and sale agreement is full of legalese.
- The Supreme Court decisions that he attacks are written in difficult, if not impenetrable, legalese.
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