judicial

Part of speech: adverb

Judicially.

Part of speech: adjective

Pertaining to a court or to the administration of justice.

Part of speech: adjective

Discriminating; impartial.

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Usage examples "judicial":

  1. His father looked very stern and judicial. - "The Wooden Horse", Hugh Walpole.
  2. But, sitting as a judicial officer, and bound to compare every law enacted by congress with the greater law enacted by the people, and being unable to reconcile the measure in question with that fundamental law, I cannot hesitate to pronounce it as being, in my judgment, unconstitutional and void. - "Monopolies and the People", D. C. Cloud.
  3. After an absence of more than a year, there was much to be adjusted, and his authority on his own lands was thoroughly judicial even for life or death, since even under Norman sway he held the power of an earl. - "More Bywords", Charlotte M. Yonge.