A high judicial officer in medieval England.(noun)
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Use "justiciary" in a sentence
"The Edinburgh high court of justiciary heard that Taylor had "no concept" of how dangerous it was to give a child methadone."
"These were the officers of justice, with a warrant of justiciary to search for and apprehend Euphemia, or Effie Deans, accused of the crime of child-murder."
"Personally, I felt that I was responsible, but not guilty, but try to put that defense before the safos and the justiciary."