Legalese meaning

lēgə-lēz, -lēs
The specialized or technical language of the legal profession, especially when considered to be complex or abstruse.
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The technical and often arcane legal terminology and forms used in deeds, contracts, etc.
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The technical talk of the legal profession, the argot of lawyers.
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Wording that resembles how a lawyer writes, especially such that is confusing to the layperson.
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Origin of legalese

  • legal +"Ž -ese

    From Wiktionary