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  • adjective Not judicial.


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un- +‎ judicial


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  • This is a guy who quit his square-dancing classes because he thought it was unjudicial, but he ` s not afraid to dispense a sentence like that?

    CNN Transcript Jan 26, 2006 2006

  • As long as US corporate interests benefit from the horrifically low-wages and I might add, the corrupt unjudicial system which exist in Central America, decent hopeful hard-working human beings will continue to make the heroic and courageous journey over the border.

    Firedoglake » Monday News Round-Up 2006

  • Judge Hardesty let out a most unjudicial snort, then tried to pretend he hadn't.

    A different flesh Turtledove, Harry 1988

  • Nevertheless, the Government evolved from his unjudicial consciousness was upheld by President Grant with Federal bayonets.

    Destruction and Reconstruction: Personal Experiences of the Late War Richard Taylor

  • Such an objection is worthy of notice only as an example of the carping, unjudicial spirit in which this subject is treated by some of the British critics.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 08, No. 47, September, 1861 Various

  • Upon leaving his yacht that morning, I had promised him a certain power of attorney -- Dick is a lawyer and is called a good one, though I can never quite credit it -- and he now demanded in unjudicial heat why it had not been sent round.

    The Firefly of France Marion Polk Angellotti 1936

  • This outburst seemed to calm the Prussian, for he dropped back into his chair and in a judicial manner, though with a very vindictive and unjudicial scowl upon his face, he passed judgment.

    Two Daring Young Patriots or, Outwitting the Huns W. P. Shervill 1915

  • "I wish it to appear upon the record that the manner of the court is most unjudicial and damaging to the defendant."

    By Advice of Counsel Arthur Cheney Train 1910

  • The two Canadian, representatives refused to sign the award and denounced it as unjudicial and unwarranted.

    The Canadian Dominion; a chronicle of our northern neighbor Oscar Douglas Skelton 1909

  • Once, when his acts were unusually unjudicial, he was reprimanded from Dublin Castle and threatened with compulsory retirement.

    The Sunny Side of Ireland How to see it by the Great Southern and Western Railway Robert Lloyd Praeger 1909


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