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jurisprudent

[ joor-is-prood-nt ]
/ ˌdʒʊər ɪsˈprud nt /
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adjective
versed in jurisprudence.
noun
a person versed in jurisprudence.
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Origin of jurisprudent

First recorded in 1620–30; jurisprud(ence) + -ent
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How to use jurisprudent in a sentence

  • And, of course, the help of the medical jurisprudent is a commonplace of criminal investigation.

    Scotland Yard|George Dilnot

British Dictionary definitions for jurisprudent

jurisprudent
/ (ˌdʒʊərɪsˈpruːdənt) /

adjective
skilled in jurisprudence or versed in the principles of law
noun
a jurisprudent person
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