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fore·judge

also for·judge (fôr-jŭj′)
tr.v. fore·judged, fore·judg·ing, fore·judg·es also for·judged or for·judg·ing or for·judg·es
To judge beforehand without adequate examination or evidence; prejudge.

fore·judg′ment n.

forejudge

(fɔːˈdʒʌdʒ)
vb
to judge (someone or an event, circumstance, etc) before the facts are known; prejudge

forejudge

(fɔːˈdʒʌdʒ)
vb
(Law) law a variant spelling of forjudge
foreˈjudgment n

fore•judge1

(fɔrˈdʒʌdʒ, foʊr-)

v.t. -judged, -judg•ing.
to prejudge.

fore•judge2

(fɔrˈdʒʌdʒ, foʊr-)

v.t. -judged, -judg•ing.

forejudge


Past participle: forejudged
Gerund: forejudging

Imperative
forejudge
forejudge
Present
I forejudge
you forejudge
he/she/it forejudges
we forejudge
you forejudge
they forejudge
Preterite
I forejudged
you forejudged
he/she/it forejudged
we forejudged
you forejudged
they forejudged
Present Continuous
I am forejudging
you are forejudging
he/she/it is forejudging
we are forejudging
you are forejudging
they are forejudging
Present Perfect
I have forejudged
you have forejudged
he/she/it has forejudged
we have forejudged
you have forejudged
they have forejudged
Past Continuous
I was forejudging
you were forejudging
he/she/it was forejudging
we were forejudging
you were forejudging
they were forejudging
Past Perfect
I had forejudged
you had forejudged
he/she/it had forejudged
we had forejudged
you had forejudged
they had forejudged
Future
I will forejudge
you will forejudge
he/she/it will forejudge
we will forejudge
you will forejudge
they will forejudge
Future Perfect
I will have forejudged
you will have forejudged
he/she/it will have forejudged
we will have forejudged
you will have forejudged
they will have forejudged
Future Continuous
I will be forejudging
you will be forejudging
he/she/it will be forejudging
we will be forejudging
you will be forejudging
they will be forejudging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been forejudging
you have been forejudging
he/she/it has been forejudging
we have been forejudging
you have been forejudging
they have been forejudging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been forejudging
you will have been forejudging
he/she/it will have been forejudging
we will have been forejudging
you will have been forejudging
they will have been forejudging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been forejudging
you had been forejudging
he/she/it had been forejudging
we had been forejudging
you had been forejudging
they had been forejudging
Conditional
I would forejudge
you would forejudge
he/she/it would forejudge
we would forejudge
you would forejudge
they would forejudge
Past Conditional
I would have forejudged
you would have forejudged
he/she/it would have forejudged
we would have forejudged
you would have forejudged
they would have forejudged
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