Origin of adjudge
OTHER WORDS FROM adjudgeun·ad·judged, adjective
Words nearby adjudge
How to use adjudge in a sentence
The lips with which he appealed to Heaven to adjudge victory to the just quarrel, grew white as they uttered the impious mockery.The Ontario Readers: The High School Reader, 1886|Ministry of Education
A mistake in taste for which the wisdom of the future will adjudge a punishment called trigamy.The Devil's Dictionary|Ambrose Bierce
I cannot and do not adjudge you unsuccessful, in the sense of having demonstrated your guilt rather than your innocence.
This is a new doctrine of law, to adjudge a man guilty without according him an opportunity for defense.
Had it been to save his son from hanging, he would not adjudge guilt to Francis Levison against his conscience.East Lynne|Mrs. Henry Wood
British Dictionary definitions for adjudge
- to determine judicially; judge
- to order or pronounce by law; decreehe was adjudged bankrupt
- to award (costs, damages, etc)