Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Deprivation by judgment of a court; a divesting by judicial decree. Specifically, a legal decision by which the real estate of a debtor is adjudged to his creditor.
- n. rare Rejection by judicial sentence - Knowles
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. rare Rejection by judicial sentence.
“But I maintain that most victims, post-abjudication (I made up a new word, I think) mostly just want to be left alone and out of the prying eyes of the members of the press.”
“Synod itself for examination and abjudication those matters which, by such a private conversation as this, he might understand to have no difficulties in them.”
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