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Definition of "jurisprudential" []

  • The science or philosophy of law (noun)
  • A system or body of law (noun)
  • A branch of law (noun)
  • Of or pertaining to jurisprudence (adjective)

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Use "jurisprudential" in a sentence
  • "These include shaping the long-term jurisprudential reputations of Roberts and his colleagues."
  • "But isn’t the decision to defer to other constitutional actors a decision based on beliefs and ideology — albeit of the sort that is usually called jurisprudential ideology rather than political ideology?"
  • "Anon321: “But isn’t the decision to defer to other constitutional actors a decision based on beliefs and ideology — albeit of the sort that is usually called jurisprudential ideology rather than political ideology?”"