Definition of Rejudging

1. Verb. (third-person singular of rejudge) ¹



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Definition of Rejudging

1. rejudge [v] - See also: rejudge

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rejudging

rejoneos
rejones
rejourn
rejourned
rejourning
rejournment
rejournments
rejourns
rejoyce
rejoyced
rejoyces
rejoycing
rejudge
rejudged
rejudges
rejudging (current term)
rejuggle
rejuggled
rejuggles
rejuggling
rejustified
rejustifies
rejustify
rejustifying
rejuvenate
rejuvenated
rejuvenates
rejuvenating
rejuvenatingly
rejuvenation

Literary usage of Rejudging

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1. The Federalist: A Commentary on the Constitution of the United States, Being by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Jay (1888)
"... but will keep in mind, that they themselves also are but men, and ought not to assume an infallibility in rejudging the fallible opinions of others. ..."

2. The Federalist, on the New Constitution by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Jay (1857)
"... but will keep in mind, that they themselves also are but men, and ought not to assume an infallibility in rejudging the fallible opinions of others. ..."

3. The Federalist: A Commentary on the Constitution of the United States, Being by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Jay, Henry Cabot Lodge (1888)
"... but will keep in mind, that they themselves also are but men, and ought not to assume an infallibility in rejudging the fallible opinions of others. ..."

4. The Papers of James Madison: Purchased by Order of the Congress, Being His by James Madison (1840)
"... States separately rejudging the expediency of such plans, whereby the same distrust of concurrent exertions that has damped the ardor of patriotic ..."

5. James Madison by Sydney Howard Gay (1884)
"... separately rejudging the expediency of such plans, whereby the same distrust of concurrent exertions that had damped the ardor of patriotic individuals ..."

6. James Madison by Sydney Howard Gay (1884)
"... Congress recommending plans to the several States for execution, and the States separately rejudging the expediency of such plans, whereby the same ..."

7. James Madison by Sydney Howard Gay (1912)
"... and these expedients generating new difficulties ; Congress recommending plans to the several States for execution, and the States separately rejudging ..."

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