jur

swear, take an oath, law

Usage

  • adjure

    When you adjure someone to do something, you persuade, eagerly appeal, or solemnly order them to do it.

  • abjure

    If you abjure a belief or a way of behaving, you state publicly that you will give it up or reject it.

  • conjure

    When you try to conjure up images of the past, you call upon or summon them in your mind by imagining them.

  • perjury

    When you are guilty of perjury you are lying while under oath to tell the truth, usually in a court of law.

  • injure

    cause injuries or bodily harm to

  • injurious

    harmful to living things

  • injury

    any physical damage to the body caused by violence or accident or fracture etc.

  • juridical

    of or relating to the law or jurisprudence

  • jurisdiction

    (law) the right and power to interpret and apply the law

  • jurisprudence

    the branch of philosophy concerned with the law and the principles that lead courts to make the decisions they do

  • juror

    someone who serves (or waits to be called to serve) on a jury

  • jury

    a body of citizens sworn to give a true verdict according to the evidence presented in a court of law

  • objurgate

    express strong disapproval of

  • objurgation

    rebuking a person harshly

  • perjure

    knowingly tell an untruth in a legal court and render oneself guilty of perjury

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