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"That's why you react so strongly from love in your plays," Roger said judicially.

"Roosters an' risin' suns don't mean anything," said he judicially.

The one-eyed cuirassier said judicially, "That cannot be refused."

I think that is fairer to both parties,' said Henry judicially.

Mr. Ford moved in his chair, and spoke, guarding his voice, judicially.

"I didn't know that barrels were ever 'uncorked,'" replied Dick judicially.

Adjusting his eyeglasses with care, he viewed it judicially.

"That depends on what you call the worst," answered Tom judicially.

Let us take the facts, judicially proved by the trials at Strasburg and Boulogne.

"But I think we'd better not let them into it," said Eunice, judicially.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR JUDICIALLY

legally

adverbin a manner suggestive of the law
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