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  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • adv Tortiously (Law) In a tortous manner.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • tortiously In law, by tort or injury; injuriously.
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In literature:

Neither was the entry tortious nor was the arrest which followed in any sense illegal.
"The Constitution of the United States of America: Analysis and Interpretation"

In news:

In January, Bonita Bay Group sued Lissack — one of its most vocal critics — for "tortious interference with business relations" and defamation.
The plagiarized article, "Tortious Acts as a Basis for Jurisdiction in Products Liability Cases," was published in the Fordham Law Review of May 1965.
Location software maker Skyhook Wireless filed separate patent infringement and tortious interference lawsuits against rival Google, which it claimed interfered with its business agreement with Motorola.
To prove tortious interference with business expectancies, a plaintiff must establish: 1.
Internet Defamation Expert Offers Tips on Mitigating Business Disparagement and Tortious Interference through Online Smear Campaigns.