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abdicate to formally relinquish a position of power, a claim, or a right. [1/3 definitions]
adjust in insurance, to settle (a claim). [1/5 definitions]
arrogate to claim presumptuously for oneself without just cause. [1/2 definitions]
arson the illegal act of burning buildings, another's or one's own, for malicious purposes or to claim insurance money.
assignee a person to whom a right, claim, interest, or property is legally transferred. [1/2 definitions]
claimable combined form of claim.
claimant one who makes a claim.
coinsurance a type of property insurance in which the underwriter pays only part of a loss claim, usu. a certain percentage of the total value of the property. [1/2 definitions]
counterclaim a claim, esp. a legal claim, made in response to or in order to offset another claim. [1/2 definitions]
coupon one of several dated certificates that can be detached periodically from a bond to claim interest. [1/3 definitions]
credence a just claim to another's trust or acceptance; trustworthiness. [1/2 definitions]
debunk to expose or ridicule the falseness or exaggerations of (a claim, theory, or the like).
demand to claim as a right. [2/9 definitions]
demurrer a plea for the dismissal of a lawsuit based on the alleged insufficiency of the opposition's contentions to support its claim, or on other legal defects. [1/3 definitions]
dibs (informal) a right or claim to something. [2 definitions]
disclaim in law, to renounce a right or claim to. [2/4 definitions]
disclaimer a denial or repudiation of a claim or connection. [3 definitions]
distrain to seize and hold (property), or the property of (someone), to force payment or settlement, as of a debt, claim, rent, or the like.
document to provide conclusive information or evidence for or about (a statement, claim, or the like). [1/4 definitions]
droit a legal claim or right. [1/2 definitions]
encumbrance a lien, mortgage, or other financial claim upon property. [1/2 definitions]