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prejudge (v.)

1560s, "to prejudice;" 1570s, "to judge beforehand," from French préjuger (16c.), equivalent to Latin praejudicare "to judge or decide beforehand;" see pre- + judge (v.). Related: Prejudged; prejudging; prejudgment.

updated on October 17, 2020

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Definitions of prejudge from WordNet

prejudge (v.)
judge beforehand, especially without sufficient evidence;
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