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Definition of "abjudicate" [ab•ju•di•cate]

  • To reject by judicial sentence; also, to abjudge. (verb)

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Use "abjudicate" in a sentence
  • "For as the people, in order to be able to abjudicate with a title of right regarding the supreme power in the state, must be regarded as already united under one common legislative will, it cannot judge otherwise than as the present supreme head of the state (summus imperans) wills."