Adjudge (verb)

To officially decide or declare something to be true, especially after formal examination or consideration.

Origin:

From the latin word ad- "to" + judicare "to judge".

Examples:

  1. The court adjudged the defendant guilty.
  2. The committee adjudged the proposal to be worthy of further consideration.
  3. The judge adjudged that the evidence presented was insufficient for a conviction.
  4. The awards committee adjudged the film to be the best of the year.
  5. The company was adjudged to be in violation of the anti-trust laws.
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