: to judge before hearing or before full and sufficient examination
— pre·judg·er noun
— pre·judg·ment \-ˈjəj-mənt\ noun
Examples of PREJUDGE
- Officials complain that some reporters have prejudged the outcome of the investigation.
- She was wrong for prejudging him.
Origin of PREJUDGE
Middle French prejuger,
from Latin praejudicare,
to judge — more at judge
First Known Use: 1579
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