Of or relating to a jurist or to jurisprudence.(adjective)
Of or relating to law or legality.(adjective)
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Use "juristic" in a sentence
"His close friend Claude Chansonnette, who became a distinguished representative of the movement known as juristic humanism, in 1520 requested Agrippa's opinion on his newly published legal treatise."
"Wakashe said "juristic" names as opposed to those of geographical features and human settlements fell outside the mandate of the SA"
"CG since corporations are “juristic persons” does that include them in your “getting people off the government dole” remark?"