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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

To decide without adequate examination or evidence; Also: To expel, oust, or put out by decision of a court.

Usage examples (10)
  • The court has forejudged the defendant before he even got to the trial.
  • Supreme Court envisioned, for me to try to forejudge -- prejudge what the outcome of all that will be.
  • If it were possible to forejudge the conversation of the
  • Providence, taken from those false rates and grounds, by which men generally forejudge of the issue or event of actions. for more
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