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263 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[dʒ_ˌʊə_ɹ_ɪ_s_d_ˈɪ_k_ʃ_ə_n], [d͡ʒˌʊ͡əɹɪsdˈɪkʃən], [d‍ʒˌʊ‍əɹɪsdˈɪkʃən]
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Synonyms for Jurisdiction:

jurisprudence (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Jurisdiction:

  • judrisdiction,
  • jurstiction,
  • jurisdicion,
  • jurisduction,
  • crusifiction,
  • trasdaction,
  • jurisdiciton,
  • jurisidiction,
  • juristiction,
  • cruxifiction,
  • jusridictions,
  • jursidication,
  • jirisdiction,
  • jurisdication,
  • jurisidction,
  • juradiction,
  • duristiction,
  • jurisdications,
  • jursdiction,
  • jurisdictual,
  • juristictions,
  • jurastiction,
  • jurisdicition,
  • juristictional,
  • juresdiction,
  • juresticson,
  • juridiction,
  • jusridiction,
  • crucifiction,
  • juristdiction,
  • jursidction,
  • juistiction,
  • juristriction,
  • jurisdition,
  • jurisdction,
  • durisdiction,
  • jusrisdiction,
  • jursidiction,
  • jurisdcition,
  • duristriction,
  • jourisdiction,
  • jurisdisction,
  • juristidction,
  • jurisdicational,
  • jurisidictions.

Rhymes for Jurisdiction:

  1. friction, fiction, diction;
  2. depiction, affliction, prediction, eviction, constriction, restriction, infliction, addiction, conviction, nonfiction;
  3. dereliction, contradiction, interdiction, benediction, crucifixion;

Quotes for Jurisdiction:

  1. Every citizen or subject of another country, while domiciled here, is within the allegiance and the protection, and consequently subject to the jurisdiction of the United States. Horace Gray.
  2. Congress should pass legislation to remove from the federal courts their jurisdiction to hear these outrageous challenges to the Ten Commandments and the Pledge of Allegiance. Phyllis Schlafly.
  3. But in my district I have heard from law enforcement officials and across the State of Florida about how much this JAG funding helps them fight crime, and to protect and serve the citizens within their jurisdiction Cliff Stearns.

Adjectives for Jurisdiction:

  • coldly utilitarian,
  • manual federal,
  • supervisory and regulatory,
  • ‘criminal and civil,
  • low and sometimes high,
  • popular and feudal,
  • unlimited original,
  • imperial ecclesiastical,
  • mediæval episcopal,
  • mediaeval episcopal,
  • governmental or military,
  • civilian legal,
  • unlimited political,
  • complete feudal,
  • local and territorial,
  • broadest and most comprehensive,
  • exclusive legislative,
  • ‘criminal,
  • sometimes high,
  • high and royal,
  • same or equal,
  • such compulsory,
  • former local,
  • harsh and hostile,
  • minor civil,
  • french civil,
  • new galactic,
  • prosecutorial,
  • such temporal,
  • ordinary criminal,
  • temporal or spiritual,
  • other missionary,
  • little legal,
  • own official,
  • somewhat peculiar,
  • regulatory,
  • more limited,
  • cabal,
  • civil and military,
  • rican,
  • unconstitutional,
  • investigative,
  • colombian,
  • northwestern,
  • northeastern,
  • titular,
  • proprietary,
  • spatial,
  • broadest,
  • philippine,
  • omnipresent,
  • utilitarian,
  • intrinsic,
  • minuscule,
  • entirely different,
  • godlike,
  • korean,
  • world-wide,
  • questionable,
  • overall,
  • global,
  • sterile,
  • galactic,
  • sympathetic,
  • available,
  • infernal,
  • infinite,
  • harsh,
  • southern,
  • bloody,
  • main,
  • same,
  • relative,
  • old-time,
  • sinister,
  • reasonable,
  • liberal,
  • secondary,
  • critical,
  • shadowy,
  • efficient,
  • jewish,
  • substantial,
  • irregular,
  • eastern,
  • egyptian,
  • corresponding,
  • rival,
  • impossible,
  • difficult,
  • ideal,
  • subsequent,
  • wrong,
  • complex,
  • practical,
  • sacred,
  • rude,
  • damn,
  • italian,
  • well-known,
  • gentle,
  • major,
  • smaller,
  • lower,
  • rough,
  • clear,
  • chief,
  • occasional,
  • enormous,
  • perfect,
  • noble,
  • fresh,
  • powerful,
  • terrible,
  • open,
  • least,
  • short,
  • large,
  • simple,
  • best,
  • great,
  • causidical,
  • romano-municipal,
  • priestly criminal,
  • imperial appellate,
  • certainly limited,
  • probably unlimited,
  • complete magisterial,
  • limited appellate,
  • civil, commercial and maritime,
  • tribunal complete,
  • exclusive centralized,
  • respectively exclusive,
  • necessarily irrelevant and ineffective,
  • necessarily irrelevant,
  • perpetual and irreversible,
  • episcopal or temporal,
  • practically papal,
  • concurrent or even exclusive,
  • final and unrestrained,
  • extra-territorial consular,
  • original but not exclusive,
  • undeniable and unlimited,
  • unlimited civil,
  • eplscopal,
  • peculiar archidiaconal,
  • incidental ecclesiastical,
  • new consistorial,
  • civil, criminal,
  • still episcopal,
  • collateral criminal,
  • often ideal,
  • limited and often ideal,
  • severe tyrannical,
  • lesser or inferior,
  • exclusively federal,
  • final local,
  • exclusive extra-territorial,
  • later equitable,
  • larger or different,
  • criminal,
  • ordinary appellate,
  • consensual ecclesiastical,
  • ecclesiastical matrimonial,
  • voluntary and contentious,
  • diocesan or patriarchal,
  • concurrent ordinary,
  • appellate but original,
  • merely appellate but original,
  • merely appellate,
  • papal original,
  • extraordinary or equitable,
  • own metropolitical,
  • whole appellate,
  • royal and penal,
  • powerful and sometimes sinister,
  • narrower or minor,
  • ancient consistorial,
  • sovereign and temporal,
  • secondary exclusive,
  • formerly consular,
  • exclusive spiritual,
  • immemorial episcopal,
  • general, original and exclusive,
  • same appellate,
  • original or exclusive,
  • exclusive or such,
  • diocesan and archidiaconal,
  • also appellate,
  • concurrent commercial,
  • exclusively penal,
  • disciplinary and coercive,
  • spiritual and territorial,
  • general appellate,
  • open and wider,
  • maritime and fluvial,
  • territorial penal,
  • exclusive, original,
  • maritime and territorial,
  • native parochial,
  • unlimited criminal,
  • extraordinary penal,
  • best, appellate,
  • full appellate,
  • limited superior,
  • private baronial,
  • together temporal and spiritual,
  • together temporal,
  • trifling criminal,
  • ultimate criminal,
  • new appellate,
  • spiritual and educational,
  • naval court-martial,
  • sole episcopal,
  • ancient disciplinary,
  • still unlimited,
  • rightful original,
  • original exclusive,
  • formerly exclusive,
  • earliest episcopal,
  • archdeaconal,
  • regal or royal,
  • exclusive and final,
  • territorial or maritime,
  • almost dynastic,
  • direct appellate,
  • limited original,
  • sovereign ecclesiastical,
  • exact territorial,
  • civil nor criminal,
  • original criminal,
  • final appeal,
  • federal or provincial,
  • thereby spiritual,
  • peculiar or special,
  • sometimes sinister,
  • exclusive constitutional,
  • independent and exclusive,
  • exclusive civil,
  • equal and concurrent,
  • italian consular,
  • hereditary legal,
  • difficult or doubtful,
  • civilian criminal,
  • ancient criminal,
  • cramped and limited,
  • new privileged,
  • substantial federal,
  • equitable and legal,
  • full and plenary,
  • also criminal,
  • original civil,
  • original and secondary,
  • complete temporal,
  • large and ill-defined,
  • full criminal,
  • ordinary penal,
  • much distinct,
  • general and original,
  • definite ecclesiastical,
  • immediate and original,
  • exclusive royal,
  • secular or spiritual,
  • extensive spiritual,
  • exclusive ecclesiastical,
  • particular territorial,
  • general statutory,
  • regular episcopal,
  • ecclesiastical or spiritual,
  • narrower or wider,
  • rightful and proper,
  • interterritorial,
  • paramount military,
  • distinct ecclesiastical,
  • exclusive british,
  • exclusive local,
  • full and sole,
  • ancient or foreign,
  • ample legal,
  • extensive civil,
  • continuous national,
  • proper territorial,
  • otherwise general,
  • criminal and political,
  • arbitrary and vexatious,
  • neutral maritime,
  • usual limited,
  • direct papal,
  • ancient regal,
  • limited and narrow,
  • also ordinary,
  • visitatorial,
  • original federal,
  • temporal and political,
  • original and ultimate,
  • greater original,
  • full papal,
  • illegal and arbitrary,
  • separate municipal,
  • wrong political,
  • large criminal,
  • high criminal,
  • special municipal,
  • temporary and limited,
  • inherent spiritual,
  • full episcopal,
  • still military,
  • provincial and federal,
  • movable and immovable,
  • respective local,
  • regular and formal,
  • such disciplinary,
  • general and final,
  • spiritual or ecclesiastical,
  • full ecclesiastical,
  • original constitutional,
  • ordinary spiritual,
  • general and extensive,
  • exclusive national,
  • full original,
  • local and limited,
  • federal criminal,
  • small feudal,
  • equal and parallel,
  • independent spiritual,
  • entire original,
  • accidental and temporary,
  • local ecclesiastical,
  • thy pleasing,
  • great and widespread,
  • criminal,
  • federal and local,
  • special and limited,
  • particular and private,
  • royal and ecclesiastical,
  • local chinese,
  • proctorial,
  • extensive local,
  • semi-regal,
  • foreign and hostile,
  • civil and judicial,
  • independent military,
  • own municipal,
  • own territorial,
  • certain indefinite,
  • certain civil,
  • same criminal,
  • higher and wider,
  • old independent,
  • full spiritual,
  • such ecclesiastical,
  • limited local,
  • complete spiritual,
  • complete and entire,
  • foreign political,
  • inquisitional,
  • commercial and maritime,
  • ordinary legal,
  • certain criminal,
  • separate political,
  • whole ecclesiastical,
  • such unlawful,
  • peculiar moral,
  • new and permanent,
  • actual political,
  • other separate,
  • great administrative,
  • whole original,
  • private and domestic,
  • such unlimited,
  • ecclesiastical and secular,
  • general or special,
  • arbitral,
  • absolute and complete,
  • certain ecclesiastical,
  • direct military,
  • full and final,
  • also special,
  • same military,
  • such original,
  • somewhat extensive,
  • such arbitrary,
  • legal and constitutional,
  • own absolute,
  • other original,
  • fluvial,
  • fairly extensive,
  • civil or military,
  • synodical,
  • consensual,
  • least partial,
  • regular military,
  • less direct,
  • seigniorial,
  • least equal,
  • patrimonial,
  • certain limited,
  • such political,
  • purely religious,
  • almost exclusive,
  • vast new,
  • such foreign,
  • court-martial,
  • true spiritual,
  • such wide,
  • military and civil,
  • nicaraguan,
  • accusatory,
  • own independent,
  • such common,
  • german military,
  • less complete,
  • french and british,
  • more stable,
  • much wider,
  • apostolical,
  • purely personal,
  • juridical,
  • much real,
  • irreversible,
  • remedial,
  • optional,
  • jamaican,
  • separate and distinct,
  • chilean,
  • ill-defined,
  • centralized,
  • more direct,
  • stricter,
  • dynastic,
  • exorbitant,
  • same general,
  • unfettered,
  • canonical,
  • elliptical,
  • more active,
  • inviolable,
  • burgundian,
  • undisputed,
  • more substantial,
  • unquestioned,
  • undivided,
  • departmental,
  • doctrinal,
  • collateral,
  • ineffective,
  • cumulative,
  • iniquitous,
  • indeterminate,
  • fantastical,
  • ever-changing,
  • vexatious,
  • sylvan,
  • threefold,
  • intrusive,
  • unrestrained,
  • unbounded,
  • fiscal,
  • obligatory,
  • immovable,
  • own special,
  • unlawful,
  • dependent,
  • transcendent,
  • portal,
  • objectionable,
  • excess,
  • momentous,
  • safer,
  • infallible,
  • undeniable,
  • ministerial,
  • milder,
  • fuller,
  • movable,
  • tribunal,
  • republican,
  • humane,
  • oppressive,
  • moorish,
  • unprecedented,
  • auxiliary,
  • tribal,
  • cramped,
  • educational,
  • widespread,
  • juvenile,
  • benevolent,
  • unbroken,
  • prudent,
  • offensive,
  • uncommon,
  • corporate,
  • aforesaid,
  • barbarous,
  • accidental,
  • stable,
  • uncertain,
  • pleasing,
  • absolute or perpetual,
  • episcopal or patriarchal,
  • still active and severe,
  • temporal or regal,
  • large exterritorial,
  • british exterritorial,
  • sole criminal,
  • original and not appellate,
  • direct criminal,
  • extraordinary, extra-legal,
  • original, exclusive,
  • immemorial spiritual,
  • lawful episcopal,
  • episcopal or territorial,
  • geographical and personal,
  • limited civil,
  • own seigneurial,
  • sovereign territorial,
  • direct clerical,
  • ordinary and immediate,
  • austrian consular,
  • ancient and necessary,
  • considerable civil,
  • preferred british,
  • ex-territorial,
  • geographic and political,
  • german consular,
  • highest criminal,
  • ecclesiastical and spiritual,
  • quasi-federal,
  • absolute and sovereign,
  • immediate, personal,
  • large ecclesiastical,
  • direct and active,
  • primatial,
  • secular and spiritual,
  • same civil,
  • universal spiritual,
  • whole external,
  • direct political,
  • such criminal,
  • full and entire,
  • more civil,
  • extra-legal,
  • still active,
  • direct and immediate,
  • seigneurial,
  • direct or indirect,
  • purely local,
  • separate and independent,
  • more public,
  • geographic,
  • last-mentioned,
  • time-honored,
  • definitive,
  • well-defined,
  • compelling,
  • merciful,
  • athenian,
  • communal,
  • irresponsible,
  • own personal,
  • hungarian,
  • exceptional,
  • much more,
  • eminent,
  • hostile,
  • upper,
  • total,
  • western,
  • immense,
  • former,
  • grand,
  • definite,
  • singular,
  • unusual,
  • european,
  • permanent,
  • minor,
  • female,
  • native,
  • normal,
  • secret,
  • natural,
  • vast,
  • strange,
  • proper and limited,
  • appellate and final,
  • criminal spiritual,
  • external or corporal,
  • official and direct,
  • peculiar and exempt,
  • exclusive maritime,
  • federal common-law,
  • +neutral territorial,
  • neutral territorial,
  • exclusive territorial,
  • limited criminal,
  • exclusive criminal,
  • doubtful and precarious,
  • inferior administrative,
  • extensive temporal,
  • temporal and civil,
  • general criminal,
  • ordinary episcopal,
  • foreign ecclesiastical,
  • same territorial,
  • large civil,
  • practically exclusive,
  • full territorial,
  • absolute and exclusive,
  • old regal,
  • civil and spiritual,
  • immediate spiritual,
  • former ecclesiastical,
  • old capital,
  • arbitrary and illegal,
  • mere ecclesiastical,
  • final and conclusive,
  • archidiaconal,
  • old episcopal,
  • civil or criminal,
  • spiritual or temporal,
  • thy pleasant,
  • such exclusive,
  • civil or ecclesiastical,
  • practically unlimited,
  • ancient ecclesiastical,
  • special military,
  • old ecclesiastical,
  • full and free,
  • almost unlimited,
  • distinct and separate,
  • armorial,
  • advisory,
  • new and strange,
  • circumscribed,
  • appeal,
  • baronial,
  • unrestricted,
  • more immediate,
  • conclusive,
  • vicarious,
  • autonomous,
  • senatorial,
  • inhospitable,
  • such other,
  • belligerent,
  • narrower,
  • sicilian,
  • monastic,
  • much larger,
  • brazilian,
  • dual,
  • corporal,
  • owne,
  • portuguese,
  • soviet,
  • alternate,
  • technical,
  • murderous,
  • mystic,
  • financial,
  • strict,
  • mexican,
  • dutch,
  • obsolete and precarious,
  • regal and territorial,
  • limited and domestic,
  • arbitrary and extraneous,
  • mild and parental,
  • local, civil,
  • proper and appropriate,
  • so-called compulsory,
  • spiritual and legal,
  • original and superior,
  • less rigorous,
  • censorial,
  • purely spiritual,
  • old feudal,
  • own immediate,
  • compulsive,
  • more extensive,
  • perplexed,
  • inconceivable,
  • insulting,
  • decisive,
  • obsolete,
  • civilized,
  • customary,
  • specific,
  • mild,
  • severe,
  • obvious,
  • active,
  • hot,
  • primitive,
  • new,
  • auspical,
  • preliminary and somewhat tyrannical,
  • original and final,
  • inferior federal,
  • somewhat tyrannical,
  • sovereign political,
  • legal and equitable,
  • divine and spiritual,
  • whole criminal,
  • secular and ecclesiastical,
  • same political,
  • own military,
  • own local,
  • own spiritual,
  • full and complete,
  • more particular,
  • high and low,
  • undefined,
  • parochial,
  • uncontrolled,
  • own particular,
  • relevant,
  • privileged,
  • indefinite,
  • missionary,
  • broader,
  • parliamentary,
  • martial,
  • parallel,
  • rational,
  • canadian,
  • mutual,
  • lesser,
  • internal,
  • additional,
  • extraterritorial criminal,
  • concurrent original,
  • exclusive original,
  • original and exclusive,
  • original or appellate,
  • exclusive federal,
  • more untenable,
  • quasi-episcopal,
  • abbatial,
  • ecclesiastical and civil,
  • supervisory,
  • untenable,
  • own dear,
  • apostolic,
  • rigorous,
  • eventual,
  • pastoral,
  • tentative,
  • commercial,
  • stupid,
  • dear,
  • narrow,
  • low,
  • less,
  • independent equitable,
  • full patriarchal,
  • ordinary ecclesiastical,
  • sovereign and independent,
  • ordinary civil,
  • true and proper,
  • seignorial,
  • own separate,
  • still larger,
  • indirect,
  • specialized,
  • much less,
  • intermediate,
  • civilian,
  • preliminary,
  • colonial,
  • formidable,
  • formal,
  • sufficient,
  • divine,
  • present federal,
  • civil and political,
  • archiepiscopal,
  • more ample,
  • contentious,
  • magisterial,
  • comprehensive,
  • especial,
  • international,
  • petty,
  • positive,
  • alien,
  • true,
  • next,
  • single,
  • extraneous,
  • tyrannical,
  • inherent,
  • japanese,
  • military constitutional,
  • final appellate,
  • peculiar and limited,
  • british consular,
  • consistorial,
  • manorial,
  • parental,
  • austrian,
  • naval,
  • capital,
  • considerable,
  • temporal and spiritual,
  • pontifical,
  • paternal,
  • illegal,
  • doubtful,
  • partial,
  • appropriate,
  • perpetual,
  • necessary,
  • further,
  • extensive criminal,
  • statutory,
  • own proper,
  • paramount,
  • twofold,
  • judicial,
  • popular,
  • foreign spiritual,
  • metropolitical,
  • exempt,
  • congressional,
  • matrimonial,
  • precarious,
  • turkish,
  • medical,
  • spiritual and temporal,
  • wrongful,
  • external,
  • public,
  • regular,
  • exterritorial,
  • plenary,
  • important,
  • sole and exclusive,
  • voluntary,
  • diplomatic,
  • joint,
  • present,
  • usual,
  • civic,
  • own exclusive,
  • diocesan,
  • legislative,
  • official,
  • larger,
  • wide,
  • different,
  • original and appellate,
  • nominal,
  • wider,
  • legitimate,
  • primary,
  • temporary,
  • moral,
  • german,
  • proper and free,
  • clerical,
  • equal,
  • highest,
  • double,
  • extraterritorial,
  • governmental,
  • religious,
  • civil and ecclesiastical,
  • compulsory,
  • effective,
  • physical,
  • ample,
  • rightful,
  • geographical,
  • regal,
  • provincial,
  • chinese,
  • extraordinary,
  • whole,
  • extra-territorial,
  • disciplinary,
  • ultimate,
  • distinct,
  • hereditary,
  • patriarchal,
  • arbitrary,
  • lawful,
  • respective,
  • free,
  • high,
  • coercive,
  • human,
  • similar,
  • inquisitorial,
  • french,
  • criminal and civil,
  • inferior,
  • actual,
  • unwarrantable,
  • neutral,
  • higher,
  • metropolitan,
  • subordinate,
  • universal,
  • constitutional,
  • govcentral,
  • feudal,
  • spanish,
  • certain,
  • imperial,
  • common,
  • common-law,
  • administrative,
  • particular,
  • ancient,
  • personal,
  • superior,
  • sole,
  • sovereign,
  • extensive,
  • absolute,
  • private,
  • penal,
  • municipal,
  • entire,
  • peculiar,
  • complete,
  • unlimited,
  • national,
  • equitable,
  • separate,
  • domestic,
  • british,
  • direct,
  • final,
  • independent,
  • proper,
  • special,
  • full,
  • general,
  • limited,
  • political,
  • secular,
  • immediate,
  • legal,
  • competent,
  • foreign,
  • consular,
  • ordinary,
  • papal,
  • royal,
  • temporal,
  • civil and criminal,
  • local,
  • maritime,
  • federal,
  • military,
  • concurrent,
  • episcopal,
  • territorial,
  • spiritual,
  • original,
  • appellate,
  • civil,
  • ecclesiastical,
  • criminal,
  • exclusive.
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