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verdict,

n the formal decision or finding of a jury on the matters or questions duly submitted to them at a trial.
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Tell me--what has the Verdict to do with my husband's horrible doubt of us?
So the Snark found the verdict, although, as it owned, It was spent with the toils of the day: When it said the word "GUILTY
The foreman seated himself near the candle, produced from his breast pocket a pencil and scrap of paper and wrote rather laboriously the following verdict, which with various degrees of effort all signed:
If the people did not hear Zat Arras' charge, they certainly did hear the verdict of the tribunal.
When immortal Bunyan makes his picture of the persecuting passions bringing in their verdict of guilty, who pities Faithful?
the King added in an offended tone, and everybody laughed, `Let the jury consider their verdict,' the King said, for about the twentieth time that day.
Another verdict of "the visitation of God" left all at liberty to form their own conclusions.
Haroun-al-Raschid was lost in astonishment at the wisdom of the child, who had given so wise a verdict on the case which he himself was to hear on the morrow.
Have you realized what the verdict at the inquest will be?
I have only to add, that the verdict at the Coroner's Inquest was Wilful Murder against some person, or persons, unknown.
After a patient inquiry, which lasted nearly three hours, and which exhausted every available source of information, the jury pronounced the customary verdict in cases of sudden death by accident.
She thought it over, and delivered her verdict upon it.