forejudger

noun
fore·​judg·​er
variants: or forjudger \ fərˈjəjə(r), fōr-​, fȯr-​ \
plural -s

Definition of forejudger 

: a judgment under English law by which one is expelled, ousted, or put out

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History and Etymology for forejudger

Middle English forjugger, from Middle French forjugier, forsjugier to forejudge

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