judicially judicially  /dʒu ˈdɪ ʃə li/


  1. (adv) as ordered by a court
  2. (adv) in a judicial manner


  • Between court Sons they were free to go to their homes, their only instructions being to avoid discussing the case and making up their minds pre-judicially.


  • Hannity Guest Bill Cunningham Erupts At Democrat Tamara Holder: ‘Know Your Place And Shut Your Mouth’

    On Sean Hannity' s show Thursday night, an argument over whether Eric Holder committed perjury got extremely heated between guest Bill Cunningham and Fox Analyst Tamara Holder . Cunningham, incensed over what he felt was Eric Holder's bold-faced lying, began screaming and jabbing his finger at Holder, who was sitting right next to him. "You are judicially challenged and you're one of the stooges ...
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Mediaite


  1. "When, as I say, one of these judicially crafted abstractions comes up against a long-standing tradition that contradicts it, it is the abstraction and not the tradition that must yield," Scalia said.
    on Apr 12, 2007 By: Antonin Scalia Source: kgw.com (registration)

  2. "The key factor should be the danger finding, and not whether the judicially-mandated treatment is performed in an institution or on an outpatient basis," Kaine said.
    on Apr 30, 2007 By: Tim Kaine Source: Toronto Daily News

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