adjudge[ uh-juhj ]SEE DEFINITION OF adjudge
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"Unless you should adjudge me too unworthy for the office," I answered humbly.
We speak of a bond instead of a mortgage, and we adjudge where we ought to foreclose.
If the magistrates would so adjudge her, she would, according to the laws, be hung.
And ye prelates and peers, milites and ministers, proceed to adjudge the living!
That son he was about to adjudge to the gibbet and the hangman!
No one can adjudge our modern large cities a healthy product.
It was pretended that the Academy of Arcadians were to adjudge and decree the crown.
The government is not bound to do everything that a jury may adjudge.
And now the burgomaster, bribed, had reason to adjudge him insane.
I cannot and do not adjudge you unsuccessful, in the sense of having demonstrated your guilt rather than your innocence.