Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of adjudge.

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Examples

  • We need not dive into the divine counsels, those secret things which belong not to us, but attend to the revealed dictates of Christ's government and judgment, which will furnish us with an unerring guide; for what Christ has adjudged is an exact copy or counterpart of what the Father has decreed.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume V (Matthew to John)

  • I myself, bearer of a Christian name adjudged eccentric though brief, had had much to put up with in my first term.

    Seven Men

  • The stimulus has not restored consumers 'personal economies to health so the stimulus can only be adjudged negatively.

    Poll: Stimulus not working

  • In her first grand slam event since Paris she ran into the resurgent Polish-born German Lisicki, whose blasting serve unsettled China's new star, who was adjudged by some commentators to be still weary from her efforts in France.

    Wimbledon 2011: Li Na loses way and husband as Sabine Lisicki triumphs

  • We find that ID is not science and cannot be adjudged a valid, accepted scientific theory as it has failed to publish in peer-reviewed journals, engage in research and testing, and gain acceptance in the scientific community.

    Michael Zimmerman, Ph.D.: Creationism In Texas: A Bit Of Good News Followed By A Ton Of Bad

  • I agree Mr. Mcloud because in my opinion if even only one of our Bill of Rights can be adjudged (ajudicated?) that it doesn't apply to the states, then it would seem to follow that the rest of the Bill of Rights wouldn't either.

    On Sotomayor and Your Guns

  • Barton was sent off when Neil Swarbrick adjudged that Barton had butted Bradley Johnson.

    Football news in brief

  • Nigel Adkins's side started the second half with purpose and, after Lallana had another strong penalty appeal turned down, Saints were finally awarded a spot-kick when a Lallana cross was adjudged to have been handled by McNaughton.

    Southampton 1-1 Cardiff City | Championship match report

  • Habsi would like to say he was unsighted when Gardner drove a free-kick straight past him from 25 yards after Bendtner was adjudged to have been fouled, though it seemed more likely the Sunderland player took advantage of the wind rather than the rain.

    Wigan Athletic 1-4 Sunderland | Premier League match report

  • "That big fella noise no good, all the same devil-devil," Sagawa had adjudged.

    THE RED ONE

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