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Definition of "prejudgment" [pre•judg•ment]

  • A judgment made before the evidence has been presented (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "prejudgment" in a sentence
  • "And prejudgment is such a trifling little consideration we really shouldn’t give it a second thought, should we?"
  • "In the racketeering case, Chevron had sought a so-called prejudgment attachment against the assets of the Ecuadorean plaintiffs and their lawyers, including their interest in the Ecuadorean judgment."
  • "While you are in a comtemplative mood, what does the word "prejudgment" mean to you?"