- writ (n.)
- Old English writ "something written, piece of writing," from the past participle stem of writan (see write). Used of legal documents or instruments since at least 1121.
- 1. Her life was her personality writ large.
- 2. The company has been served with a writ for breach of contract.
- 3. Creditors could obtain a writ for the arrest of their debtors.
- 4. Mistrust was writ large on her face.
- 5. A writ was filed in the High Court.
[ writ 造句 ]