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plaintiff (s) (noun), plaintiffs (pl)
1. Someone who presents a legal case, or a legal charge, against another person in a court of law: The plaintiff is the one who does the complaining.
2. Etymology: from late Latin plangere, "to strike, to beat one's breast, or to lament"; also, from Anglo French plaint, "lamentation".
Someone who brings a suit into a court of law against another person.
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Someone who complains legally about another person, or something, in a court of law. (1)