rejudge

verb
re·judge | \ ˌrē-ˈjəj \
rejudged; rejudging

Definition of rejudge 

transitive verb

: to judge (something, such as a court case) again The Swiss Supreme Court could intervene if the legal process was abused … , though it would not rejudge the evidence. —Graham Dunar … the judges do the first-round elimination … . They reduce the 2000 entries to 400. These wines are then rejudged with food.The Canberra (Australia) Times

First Known Use of rejudge

1626, in the meaning defined above

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