Examples of adjudge in a Sentence
The court adjudged the contract to be fraudulent.
his version of what had happened was generally adjudged to be completely fictitious
Recent Examples of adjudge from the Web
The youthful-appearing 53-year-old can only hope that Trump not only brushes off attacks from the right, but adjudges him as looking the part.
Aspas' clever flick from a corner was initially adjudged by the assistant referee to have been offside.
Bernardo Silva had a thunderous strike harshly ruled out with the linesman appearing to adjudge Leroy Sane offside and interfering with Cardiff goalkeeper Neil Etheridge's line of vision.
Eric Abidal was adjudged to have brought down Llorente in the box and was shown a straight red.
As injury time ticked away and the possibility of another thrilling comeback looked tantalizingly close, Real's Lucas Vazquez was adjudged to have gone down under pressure in the box.
Gameiro made no mistake from the spot in the 34th minute after referee Daniel Trujillo adjudged Atletico's Saul had been pulled down by Pedro Mosquera.
Nicolas de Préville put Bordeaux in front with 22 minutes on the clock and after Malcom was adjudged to have been fouled in the penalty area, the Brazilian brushed himself off to double the hosts' advantage.
However, the referee adjudged that Mocenecagi had first made contact with Dixon's chest and produced a yellow rather than a red card.
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ADJUDGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of adjudge for English Language Learners
: to consider or judge (something) in a specified way
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