English to English meaning of 'adjudge'
declare to be; "She was declared incompetent"; "judge held that the defendant was innocent"
Synonyms of 'adjudge'
judge, adjudicate, arbitrate, decide, determine, referee, rule (on), settle, umpire
Examples of 'adjudge'
It is wrong to adjudge
one's conduct on the basis of his or her style of living. Read Article
Just to hazard a guess, polls will soon be released showing that people adjudge
the GOP responsible for the default. Read Article
Here enters social activist Mrs Kamdar played by veteran Deepti Naval to adjudge
the matter. Read Article
True, the trial process is under way and it would be premature and unfair to adjudge
them guilty. Read Article
Tabarak mistimed a ball and pushed it for an easy catch and Ehsan Khan was adjudge
LBW when the score was on 81. Read Article
The court adjudge
d the contract to be fraudulent.
<his version of what had happened was generally adjudge
d to be completely fictitious>