adjudge

All Verb Noun
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  • They adjudged the boy to his father, and so he came to us. Cited from The Three Comrades, by Kristina Roy
  • If an idea can live, it lives because history adjudges it right.
  • Let him adjudge between man and God, And between man and his fellow. Cited from Sceptics of the Old Testament, by E. J. Dillon
  • But we have already adjudged the history to be by far the more important of the two. Cited from The Elements of General Method, by Charles A. McMurry
  • But it shall leave all these things to be tried and adjudged by the law of the land. Cited from The Great Speeches and Orations of Daniel Webster
  • I will take the matter upon myself and pay whatever compensation is adjudged. Cited from Grettir the Strong, Icelandic Saga, Author Unknown
  • They accordingly adjudged that he should leave the Province within ten days. Cited from The Story of the Upper Canada Rebellion, Vol. 1, by John Charles Dent
  • More could be asked of no one; nor ought I to be adjudged to do more. Cited from Poor Folk, by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  • The film was adjudged the second best film for the year.
  • The first part of the book may be adjudged as his. Cited from The Testimony of the Bible, by S. E. Wishard
  • I had been adjudged equal to this business and I must prove myself to be so. Cited from The Woman in the Alcove by Anna Katharine Green #2
  • The party who brought up a piece of gold was adjudged the victor. Cited from The Khasis, by P. R. T. Gurdon
  • This is adjudged to have an annual value of at least one million dollars a year.
  • The film was subsequently adjudged as one of the three best films of the year in the World.
  • If they ever were adjudged competent to enter society again, they would be released when that time came. Cited from Crime: Its Cause and Treatment, by Clarence Darrow
  • On him whom they adjudged to have been most applauded the election fell. Cited from Athens: Rise and Fall, by Lytton, Book 1
  • And was she really so worthless as he had on first sight adjudged her? Cited from The Conflict, by David Graham Phillips
  • It could adjudge and carry out any punishment short of death, if so inclined. Cited from The Thin Red Line; and Blue Blood, by Arthur Griffiths
  • The upper half was adjudged to Scotland, and the more eastern part to England. Cited from Minstrelsy of the Scottish border (3rd Edn) (1 of 3), by Walter Scott
  • He was adjudged man of the match for his performance.
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