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for·judge

 (fôr-jŭj′)
v.
Variant of forejudge.

forjudge

(fɔːˈdʒʌdʒ) or

forejudge

vb (tr)
1. (Law) to deprive of a right by the judgment of a court
2. (Law) chiefly US to expel (an officer or attorney) from court for misconduct
forˈjudgment, foreˈjudgment n

for•judge

or fore•judge

(fɔrˈdʒʌdʒ)

v.t. -judged, -judg•ing. Law.
to exclude, expel, or deprive by a judgment.
[1250–1300; Middle English forjugen < Old French forjugier]
for•judg′ment, n.

forjudge


Past participle: forjudged
Gerund: forjudging

Imperative
forjudge
forjudge
Present
I forjudge
you forjudge
he/she/it forjudges
we forjudge
you forjudge
they forjudge
Preterite
I forjudged
you forjudged
he/she/it forjudged
we forjudged
you forjudged
they forjudged
Present Continuous
I am forjudging
you are forjudging
he/she/it is forjudging
we are forjudging
you are forjudging
they are forjudging
Present Perfect
I have forjudged
you have forjudged
he/she/it has forjudged
we have forjudged
you have forjudged
they have forjudged
Past Continuous
I was forjudging
you were forjudging
he/she/it was forjudging
we were forjudging
you were forjudging
they were forjudging
Past Perfect
I had forjudged
you had forjudged
he/she/it had forjudged
we had forjudged
you had forjudged
they had forjudged
Future
I will forjudge
you will forjudge
he/she/it will forjudge
we will forjudge
you will forjudge
they will forjudge
Future Perfect
I will have forjudged
you will have forjudged
he/she/it will have forjudged
we will have forjudged
you will have forjudged
they will have forjudged
Future Continuous
I will be forjudging
you will be forjudging
he/she/it will be forjudging
we will be forjudging
you will be forjudging
they will be forjudging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been forjudging
you have been forjudging
he/she/it has been forjudging
we have been forjudging
you have been forjudging
they have been forjudging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been forjudging
you will have been forjudging
he/she/it will have been forjudging
we will have been forjudging
you will have been forjudging
they will have been forjudging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been forjudging
you had been forjudging
he/she/it had been forjudging
we had been forjudging
you had been forjudging
they had been forjudging
Conditional
I would forjudge
you would forjudge
he/she/it would forjudge
we would forjudge
you would forjudge
they would forjudge
Past Conditional
I would have forjudged
you would have forjudged
he/she/it would have forjudged
we would have forjudged
you would have forjudged
they would have forjudged
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