[ US /ˈdʒədʒɪz/ ]
[ UK /d‍ʒˈʌd‍ʒɪz/ ]
  1. a book of the Old Testament that tells the history of Israel under the leaders known as judges
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How To Use Judges In A Sentence

  • Although alcoholism remains the number one dependency problem among judges and lawyers, the face of addiction continues to change.
  • We were kept on tenterhooks for hours while the judges chose the winner.
  • Judges don't have to shoot from the hip. They have the leisure to think, to decide.
  • He did in these extremities, as I conceive, most humbly recommend the direction of his judicial proceedings to the upright judge of judges, God Almighty; did submit himself to the conduct and guideship of the blessed Spirit in the hazard and perplexity of the definitive sentence, and, by this aleatory lot, did as it were implore and explore the divine decree of his goodwill and pleasure, instead of that which we call the final judgment of a court. Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel
  • I had one fight last year where the judges scored it against me 1-0 after we'd been leathering each other for five rounds.
  • Thirty-six hours before his execution, Tennessee judges voted to reconsider his case.
  • After the 1979 revolution, they argued that women cannot be judges, and they made us all into peons in the ministry of justice.
  • I don't really understand why the judges felt like it needed to be laced with conceptuality," Mitchell, 32, said. Work of Art's Dusty on Why Jerry Was Wrong and Having His Own Short Shorts
  • Obviously judges are unlikely to speak about their specific cases or to make stinging criticism of political policy. Times, Sunday Times
  • Lawyers and judges, even in quite large cities, usually know each other quite well and regularly fraternise socially.
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