Starting point i.e. Process (over calculated paperwork) to an opinion stated by a clergy of reasons. Adjective to judge a person by adminstration, law, courts and justice.
the Judicial system, I feel each person is judged so harshly these days the laws of naturalization will and are taking a very unhealthy back seat to human waterwheel i.e. noun; A wheel that is turned by water running against or falling on paddles or steps, used as a natural source of power giving people the sense of loss or waver ( to be unsteady and show signs of falling and giving away or indecisive)
by Wlfdg8inanamentobject January 12, 2010
Awesome, cool, magnificent, mind-blowing.
"Damn, did you see that Bentley on the corner? That shit was judicial!"
by funkyengine May 30, 2013
A punishment for doing something against the rules at boarding school.
"Ugh, I was watching dvds last night during study hall and they gave me a judicial!"
by asdasdasd July 03, 2005
1) being appropriate to a judge. relates to the administration of justice.

2) something painfully amazing/wicked cool, absolutely laying down "the law" on someone (destroying them).
"wow that song is judicial!"
"dang when you got kicked, that was judicial!!"
"your mom looks judicial."
"that jump was judicial!"
by Theo December 17, 2004

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