8 example sentences using adjudge.
Adjudge used in a sentence
Adjudge in a sentence as a verb
"and who exactly adjudged that, that they don't have this right?
And who exactly adjudged that, that they don't have this right?
And of all things, you had to go to my profile, and adjudge me ignorant, based on my age.
It does seem better here, but I am both male and European so not fully equipped to adjudge.
You know; here's a real simple way to adjudge which technological innovations are important.
But I go back to my point, that we can't fully adjudge if nastaliq is meant to die off until we make at least a good faith effort to get it onto the devices.
> Businesses are not charity […] I'm making no value judgements… except that you appear to adjudge a negative financial value to accessibility compliance, when in fact the opposite is true.
3, the exporter of sheep, lambs, or rams, was for the first offence, to forfeit all his goods for ever, to suffer a year's imprisonment, and then to have his left hand cut off in a market town, upon a market day, to be there nailed up; and for the second offence, to be adjudged a felon, and to suffer death accordingly.