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Judicature

ˈdʒuː.dɪ.kə.tʃər

Meanings of Judicature:

noun

The administration of justice.

Usage examples:

Well, the state is part of the commonwealth judicature and we are the top of the national judicature.

Judice

ˌsʌb ˈdʒuː.dɪ.si

Meanings of Judice:

adjective

A legal case that is sub judice is being studied or decided in a law court at the present time, and so some details of it cannot be discussed in newspapers, on television, etc.

Usage examples:

They could make no comment on the industrial dispute, as it was sub judice.

Meanings of Judicial:

adjective

Of, by, or appropriate to a law court or judge; relating to the administration of justice.

Usage examples:

A judicial inquiry into the allegations

Meanings of Judiciality:

noun

The quality or character of being judicial; especially judiciousness; (formerly also) †the judicial profession or system (obsolete).

Meanings of Judicialize:

verb

To make judicial in character; to treat judicially; to subject to judicial process or decision.

Meanings of Judicialized:

verb

To make judicial in character; to treat judicially; to subject to judicial process or decision.

Meanings of Judicializing:

verb

To make judicial in character; to treat judicially; to subject to judicial process or decision.

Meanings of Judicially:

adverb

In a way that involves a law court

Usage examples:

He failed to have his name judicially cleared., these problems should be dealt with administrativel…

Meanings of Judicialness:

noun

The quality or character of being judicial.

Meanings of Judiciaries:

noun

The judicial authorities of a country; judges collectively.

Usage examples:

The independence of the judiciary

Meanings of Judiciarily:

adverb

Judicially.

Meanings of Judiciary:

noun

The judicial authorities of a country; judges collectively.

Usage examples:

The independence of the judiciary

Judicious

dʒuːˈdɪʃ.əs

Meanings of Judicious:

adjective

Having, showing, or done with good judgement or sense.

Usage examples:

The judicious use of public investment
adverb

Having or showing good judgment in making decisions

Usage examples:

The law allows for the judicious use of force in some situations., spend your money a little more j…

Judiciously

dʒuːˈdɪʃ.əs.li

Meanings of Judiciously:

adverb

With good judgement or sense.

Usage examples:

His work has been carefully and judiciously edited

Meanings of Judith:

proper noun

(in the apocrypha) a rich israelite widow who saved the town of bethulia from nebuchadnezzar's army by seducing the besieging general holofernes and cutting off his head while he slept.

Judo

ˈdʒuːdəʊ

Meanings of Judo:

noun

A sport of unarmed combat derived from ju-jitsu and intended to train the body and mind. it involves using holds and leverage to unbalance the opponent.

Usage examples:

If you want to only train in aikido, judo or a specific style of karate, is there a school in your …

Meanings of Judogi:

noun

The uniform worn in judo, traditionally white, and comprising a heavy jacket, lightweight trousers, and a belt.

Meanings of Judokas:

noun

A person who practises or is an expert in judo.

Usage examples:

A world-class judoka

Judy

ˌpʌntʃ ən ˈdʒuː.di ˌʃəʊ

Meanings of Judy:

noun

The wife of punch in the punch and judy show.

Usage examples:

Aeons before political correctness reared its ugly head, the gangsters and apes and crooks (his guy…

Jug

dʒʌɡ

Meanings of Jug:

noun

A cylindrical container with a handle and a lip, used for holding and pouring liquids.

Usage examples:

Place the lavender flowers in a wide jug and pour the cream over them.
verb

Stew or boil (a hare or rabbit) in a covered container.

Usage examples:

I remember still the rich, dense jugged hare i ate then, served from its own shining copper pot; 25…

Juga

ˈdʒuːɡəm

Meanings of Juga:

noun

A connecting ridge or projection, especially on a bone.

Usage examples:

Generally, there are large muscle scars, stout dental lamellae, closely coiled, outwardly pointed s…

Meanings of Jugful:

noun

The amount held by a jug

Usage examples:

There was a jugful of water on each table., i poured a whole jugful of milk into the pan.

Jugfuls

ˈdʒʌɡ.fʊl

Meanings of Jugfuls:

noun

The amount held by a jug

Usage examples:

There was a jugful of water on each table., i poured a whole jugful of milk into the pan.

Jugged

dʒʌɡ

Meanings of Jugged:

adjective

(of a hare or rabbit) stewed or boiled in a covered container.

verb

Stew or boil (a hare or rabbit) in a covered container.

Meanings of Juggernaut:

noun

A huge, powerful, and overwhelming force.

Usage examples:

The juggernaut of public expenditure

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