Words and phrases that have a meaning related to vexatious:   (135 results)

Often used in the same context:
unmeritorious, frivolous, vexatious litigation, mala fide, contumacious, vindictive, justiciable, unparliamentary, ultra vires, unneighbourly, infructuous, meritless, interlocutory, nugatory, unhelpful, litigious, interlocutory injunction, contemptuous, dilatory, indecorous, pettifogging, spiteful, dishonest, unprincipled, calumnious, otiose, retrogressive, scurrilous, specious, tautological, colourable, spurious, illiberal, meretricious, compellable, unnecessary, baseless, defamatory, unwarranted, highhanded, unjustifiable, nonsensical, unreasoned, ad hominem, unreasonable, arrant, discreditable, aggrieved, unserious, unthoughtful, fallacious, unsubstantial, unsupportable, obiter dicta, unbecoming, uncharitable, inimical, contemptible, iniquitous, undemocratic, impertinent, fatuous, controverted, perjurious, unproductive, intimidatory, factitious, cognisable, demagogical, locus standi, discourteous, quo warranto, unsystematic, compoundable, obiter dictum, treasonable, invidious, uncredible, deceitful, pernickety, legalistic, uncalled, obiter, tendentious, ejectment, irresponsive, unwarrantable, meanspirited, ludicrous, disingenuous, obstructive, ex parte, egoistical, unsustained, puerile, libelous, thoughtless, irritating, prolix, unjustice, mitigatory, absurd, harassing, vexing, burdensome, annoying, irksome, perplexing, contentious, untoward, embarrassing, impolitic, trivial, troublesome, antitrust, baffling, complicated, exigent, oppressive, unfair, aggravating

Appears in the definition of:
vexatious litigation

annoying, bothersome, disagreeable, galling, irritating, nettlesome, pesky, pestering, pestiferous, plaguey, plaguy, teasing, vexing

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— Nouns for vexatious: delays, problem, question, problems, litigation, restrictions, delay, suits, interference, questions, regulations, more...

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