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
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Try naming the player adjudged by PFF as the fourth-best on this newly glittering roster.
In addition, a catcher without possession of the ball shall not be adjudged to violate this Rule 6.01(i)(2) (Rule 7.13(2)) if the runner could have avoided the collision with the catcher (or other player covering home plate) by sliding.
In addition, a catcher without possession of the ball shall not be adjudged to violate this Rule 6.01(i)(2)
When Alexis Sanchez put the ball in the net after four minutes, it was initially disallowed when Aaron Ramsey was adjudged to be interfering with play while offside.
By the end of the day, Washington was just trying to catch a breath, but not before McCain had adjudged the Comey-gate affair as worthy of a spot on the long list of Washington scandals.
Opinion polls consistently indicate a 20 percentage point advantage for Macron, and a snap survey by polling firm Elabe adjudged him the winner in a television debate on Wednesday.
The frequency with which pigs were brought to trial and adjudged to death, was owing, in a great measure, to the freedom with which they were permitted to run about the streets and to their immense number.
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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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