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Form a judgement on (an issue or person) prematurely and without adequate information:‘no man should be forejudged’
judge prematurely, anticipateView synonyms
- ‘We forejudge no one's conclusion, we envy no one's learning.’
- ‘It is very difficult to correctly forejudge the diversity of bacterial genomes.’
- ‘The archbishop of Canterbury was forejudged without right of reply.’
- ‘It is a piece of great pride and presumption to forejudge the events of a war.’
- ‘No one shall be forejudged but by the courts of the law.’
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