forejudge

1
[fawr-juhj, fohr-]
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Origin of forejudge

1
First recorded in 1555–65; fore- + judge
Related formsfore·judg·er, noun

forejudge

2
[fawr-juhj, fohr-]
verb (used with object), fore·judged, fore·judg·ing.
  1. forjudge.
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Related Words for forejudge

decide, presume, forejudge

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Historical Examples of forejudge

  • "We will go to America before you forejudge it altogether," said he.

    From Sea to Sea

    Rudyard Kipling


British Dictionary definitions for forejudge

forejudge

1
verb
  1. to judge (someone or an event, circumstance, etc) before the facts are known; prejudge

forejudge

2
verb
  1. law a variant spelling of forjudge
Derived Formsforejudgment, noun
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