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  • verb Present participle of rejudge.

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Examples

  • And, at the same moment, another tribunal rejudged her case for so-called adultery and condemned her, this time, to death by stoning.

    Bernard-Henri Lévy: Interview: Sakineh's Attorney Speaks From Exile

  • And, at the same moment, another tribunal rejudged her case for so-called adultery and condemned her, this time, to death by stoning.

    Bernard-Henri Lévy: Interview: Sakineh's Attorney Speaks From Exile

  • In addition, at the end of the year the four First Place winners will have their entries rejudged, and a Grand Prize winner shall be determined and receive an additional $5,000.

    Got a Story? Got a Poem?

  • That those monks and taoists who have been sentenced by the anti-constitutional Front Court-Martial must be set free or rejudged before a civil court;

    Imprisoned Monks

  • He rejudged the characters of all the principal authors, who had died within a century of the present time; and, in this revision, paid no sort of regard to the reputation they had acquired — Milton was harsh and prosaic; Dryden, languid and verbose; Butler and Swift without humour; Congreve, without wit; and Pope destitute of any sort of poetical merit — As for his contemporaries, he could not bear to hear one of them mentioned with any degree of applause —

    The Expedition of Humphry Clinker

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