Precondemn Pre`con*demn`, v. t. To condemn beforehand. -- {Pre*con`dem*na"tion}, n. [1913 Webster]

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  • precondemn — index prejudge Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • precondemn — precondemnation /pree kon dem nay sheuhn, deuhm /, n. /pree keuhn dem /, v.t. to condemn beforehand, as before a legitimate trial. [1625 35; PRE + CONDEMN] * * * …   Universalium

  • precondemn — prɪːkÉ™n dem v. sentence before guilt is proven, judge beforehand; deem unfit for use beforehand, take out of use in advance …   English contemporary dictionary

  • precondemn — pre·condemn …   English syllables

  • precondemn — /prikənˈdɛm/ (say preekuhn dem) verb (t) to condemn beforehand, especially before a fair and objective trial …   Australian English dictionary

  • precondemn — |prē+ transitive verb Etymology: pre + condemn : to condemn before trial or without due consideration : prejudge …   Useful english dictionary

  • Precondemnation — Precondemn Pre con*demn , v. t. To condemn beforehand. {Pre*con dem*na tion}, n. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • prejudge — I verb condemn beforehand, forejudge, judge before hearing, judge beforehand, judge in advance, jump to a conclusion, praeiudicare, preconceive, preconclude, precondemn, preconsider, predecide, predetermine, preestimate, prejudicate, presume,… …   Law dictionary

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