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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The tables turned again after Mohamed Salah bagged his brace with a sensational solo goal late on, but minutes later - deep into stoppage time - Virgil van Dijk was adjudged to have fouled Erik Lamela.
Salah was briefly level with Kane on 21 goals for the season, only for the Tottenham striker to move back in front after Virgil van Dijk was adjudged to have kicked Erik Lamela.
Stuart Attwell adjudged Hefele to have tripped the Chilean in the box and Sanchez duly dragged himself up and scored on the rebound despite missing the initial spot kick.
The second half began in frantic fashion with Ronaldo rattling the bar from a Dani Carvajal cross, before the Portugal captain confidently doubled his side's lead from the penalty spot after Lago was adjudged to have handled Bale's cross.
After a lengthy stoppage in play whilst Ederson was receiving treatment, fellow Brazilian ace Gabriel Jesus had a goal disallowed in the third of the eight additional minutes after being adjudged to be offside.
The spot-kick was controversially awarded, however, with defender Ricardo Rodriguez harshly adjudged to have fouled Danilo D'Ambrosio following a corner.
Lazovic was the offender after a Mandzukic shot from close range was adjudged to hit his arm.
Nor, however, has Charlemagne’s ruthlessness in battle been adjudged reason to remove his famous statue from the cathedral entrance at Notre Dame de Paris.
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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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