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Definition of "adjudged" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of adjudge. (verb)

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Use "adjudged" in a sentence
  • "We need not dive into the divine counsels, those secret things which belong not to us, but attend to the revealed dictates of Christ's government and judgment, which will furnish us with an unerring guide; for what Christ has adjudged is an exact copy or counterpart of what the Father has decreed."
  • "I myself, bearer of a Christian name adjudged eccentric though brief, had had much to put up with in my first term."
  • "The stimulus has not restored consumers 'personal economies to health so the stimulus can only be adjudged negatively."