In old English law and practice. To expel from court for some offenseor misconduct. When an ollicer or attorney of a court was expelled for any offense, orfor not appearing to an action by bill liled against him, be was said to be forejudged thecourt. Cowell.To deprive or put out of a thing by the judgment of a court To condemn to lose a thing.To expel or banish.

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