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Some common synonyms of claim are demand, exact, and require. While all these words mean "to ask or call for something as due or as necessary," claim implies a demand for the delivery or concession of something due as one's own or one's right. In what contexts can demand take the place of claim?What are some examples of how "to claim" can be used?
To appropriate or lay claim to something for oneself without right To make a loud, deep cry, typically with passion or intensity “Landon's claim that he is a better basketball player than Michael Jordan should be met with cynicism.” “The courts are currently assessing his claim for compensation.”What is the definition of "claim"?
A claim is when you express your right to something that belongs to you, like your medical records or the deed to your home. When you make a claim or claim something, you're demanding it or saying it’s true. People claim dependents and deductions on their taxes. In court, you could claim you deserve money from an employer who cheated you.