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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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v. - Judge beforehand, especially without sufficient evidence.

Usage examples (37)
  • The official reason for keeping it secret is that releasing it might "prejudge" the inquiry.
  • Senator Carl Levin, head of the Armed Services Committee, said he would not "prejudge" the president's proposal.
  • In fact, ANY group of people I have ever encountered has so much diversity that it really is futile to "prejudge" any one person.
  • Senator Sessions of Alabama says you can't ask a nominee about Roe v. Wade because that's asking them to "prejudge" a specific matter. for more
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