Origin of jural
OTHER WORDS FROM juralju·ral·ly, adverb
Words nearby jural
How to use jural in a sentence
Ships, still referred to by courts in the feminine gender, have long had an independent jural life.
Woolsey says that "a slave sojourning to a free land cannot be treated as his master's property—as destitute of jural capacity."
From the notion of sin—treated in its jural aspect—Aquinas passes naturally to the discussion of Law.
The heathen Germans had two kinds of marriage, one with, the other without, jural consequences.
The jural consequences of marriage began from the moment that both were covered by the coverlet.
Evidently the higher classes had the most reason to establish the jural consequences.