Definition of Adjudicatory

1. Adjective. Concerned with adjudicating.

Exact synonyms: Adjudicative
Derivative terms: Adjudicate, Adjudicate, Adjudicate, Adjudicate
Partainyms: Adjudication, Adjudication



Definition of Adjudicatory

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to an adjudication. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Adjudicatory

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Adjudicatory

adjudger
adjudgers
adjudges
adjudging
adjudgment
adjudgments
adjudicate
adjudicated
adjudicates
adjudicating
adjudication
adjudications
adjudicative
adjudicator
adjudicators
adjudicatory (current term)
adjudicatrices
adjudicatrix
adjudicature
adjudicatures
adjugate
adjugated
adjugates
adjugating
adjument
adjuments
adjunct
adjunction
adjunctions
adjunctive

Literary usage of Adjudicatory

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1. Airport Revenue Diversion: Hearing Before the Committee on Commerce, Science edited by John McCain (1999)
"In that instance you vested adjudicatory authority not in the Secretary of Transportation or the Federal Railroad Administration, but rather in the ..."

2. Juvenile Offenders & Victims: A National Report by Howard N. Snyder (1995)
"Detention may extend beyond the adjudicatory and dispositional hearings. ... In response to the delinquency petition, an adjudicatory hearing is scheduled. ..."

3. Juvenile Court Statistics 1994 by Jeffrey A. Butts (1998)
"At the adjudicatory hearing, a youth may be adjudicated (judged) a delinquent ... Formally handled cases are petitioned and scheduled for an adjudicatory or ..."

4. Juvenile Court Statistics, 1995by Melissa Sickmund by Melissa Sickmund (1998)
"Formally handled cases are petitioned and scheduled for an adjudicatory or waiver ... At the adjudicatory hearing, a youth may be adjudicated (judged) a ..."

5. Nuclear Legislation: Analytical Study : Regulatory and Institutional by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (2000)
"... reviews draft Commission opinions on public petitions seeking direct Commission action and rule-making proceedings; monitors adjudicatory proceedings, ..."

6. Less Hype, More Help: Reducing Juvenile Crime, What Works-And What Doesn't by Richard A. Mendel (2000)
"Adjudication: Trials in juvenile court are called "adjudicatory hearings," and the outcomes are typically decided by a judge rather than a jury. ..."

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