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judicious (adj)
showing sound judgement; prudent
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The teacher offered judicious insite towards Brittany Spear's scimpy outfit.
adjudicate (v)
to hear and judge a case
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The jury adjudicated the defendent's crime.
astute (adj)
keen
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Sherlock Holmes always makes very astute observations which help him to solve mysteries.
scrutinize (v)
to examine carefully
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The teacher scrutinized my paper carefully for grammatical errors.
perjure (v)
to lie under oath
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The criminal perjured while describing his side of the story.
prudent (adj)
using good judgement
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Clara prudently chose an appropiate outfit for the dance.
jurisprudence (n)
the science or philosophy of law
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The lawyer studied under the laws of jurisprudence.
jurisdiction (n)
the sphere of authority or control
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The police officer used his jurisdiction to arrest the criminal.
adjure (v)
to command solemnly, as under oath
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The lawyer adjured the criminal to state his case.
adjudge (v)
to determine based upon law
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Based on the testimonies, the judge adjudged that the criminal was guilty.
acumen (n)
keenness of judgment
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The professor used acumen to determine the girl's birth state.
inscrutable (adj)
beyond comprehension or examination
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Tommy's statement was inscrutable.
allegation (n)
a formal accusation
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The lawyer pressed further accusations towards the criminal.