Definition of litigiously in US English:

litigiously

adverb

  • See litigious

    • ‘That way you guys could save floundering swimmers and litigiously solve underwater fish murders.’
    • ‘He gloated, in 1989, that he was ‘still litigiously alive to stop biographies’.’
    • ‘The past few days have brought two more odd legal twists and turns to the Yellowstone snowmobile saga, which is becoming more litigiously complex and far-flung than a John Grisham novel.’
    • ‘When oil demand and price slid in 1998, oil companies cut expenditures for exploration and production-and canceled drilling contracts, consensually or litigiously.’