- of or relating to the administration of justice.
- of or relating to law or jurisprudence; legal.
Origin of juridical
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Examples from the Web for juridical
That action upgrades the status of the Palestinian delegation to the UN, and could have other juridical consequences, too.Surprisingly Conciliatory Words from Mahmoud Abbas
December 1, 2012
He is a measurer of broad-cloth or a scribbler of juridical technicalities.Odd Volume
We are struck next by the universality of his juridical attainments.Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 1 (of 20)
And for a young man of his temperament the atmosphere was as poetic as juridical.Francis Beaumont: Dramatist
Charles Mills Gayley
Its clearest differentiæ are juridical rather than economic.The Value of Money
Benjamin M. Anderson, Jr.
The peace, juridical or religious, of a world which acknowledged the sway of Rome.Rome
Mildred Anna Rosalie Tuker
- of or relating to law, to the administration of justice, or to the office or function of a judge; legal
C16: from Latin jūridicus, from iūs law + dicere to say
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Word Origin and History for juridical
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