Etymology
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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 at least since 1121.

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Definitions of writ

writ (n.)
(law) a legal document issued by a court or judicial officer;
Synonyms: judicial writ
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