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  • noun Plural form of adjudger.


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  • Those who were obliged to reject the ridiculous legends which invested the whole of their Pantheon, together with the fabulous adjudgers of future punishments, could not but dismiss the punishments, which were, in fact, as laughable, and as obviously the fictions of human ingenuity, as their dispensers.

    The Caesars Thomas De Quincey 1822


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