An expressed conclusion; a judgment or opinion: the verdict of history. (noun)
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Use "verdict" in a sentence
"That we succeeded, your verdict is ample testimony."
"Saesnag at Roznamcha - Bach opines the verdict is a political one:"
"Zoya Hasan at DNA says that the verdict is a reaffirmation of the Indian electorate's faith in the Nehru-Gandhi family."