[ US /əˈdʒədʒ/ ]
declare to be
judge held that the defendant was innocent
She was declared incompetent
How To Use adjudge In A Sentence
- Beverley were adjudged off-side and Hewitt added the three points to complete his side's tally.
- The criminal was adjudged to prison for eight years.
- He was adjudged the winner by 54 votes to 3.
- And as to taking by devise, that is a taking by purchase, as was adjudged by the Lords in the case of Bofper and (1) Reports of cases argued and determined in the High Court of Chancery, and of some special cases adjudged in the Court of King's Bench [1695-1735]
- The weather was adjudged too cold to risk a full tour of the estate's 1,250 acres for Mudie's benefit, although he was taken on a cursory walk around the most impressive rooms.
- And if reputation and reward shall attend these conquests, which depend mostly on the fineness and niceties of words, it is no wonder if the wit of man so employed, should perplex, involve, and subtilize the signification of sounds, so as never to want something to say in opposing or defending any question; the victory being adjudged not to him who had truth on his side, but the last word in the dispute. An Essay Concerning Human Understanding
- Many of the texts he analyzes may be adjudged failures when they try simply to adopt the patterns of the frontier story or negative critiques when they demonstrate the exclusionist nature of the story as it has usually been told.
- He absconded before he could be deported and the authorities gave him leave to remain because it was adjudged his life would be in danger if he returned to his home country.
- It was adjudged wise to avoid war.
- As to forfeiture of pay, even when a bad conduct discharge is adjudged, a special court-martial is limited by Article 19 to the adjudgment of forfeiture of two-thirds pay per month for six months. EXECUTIVE ORDER 10214