Definition of "jurisprude"
  1. A person who ostentatiously displays knowledge in legal philosophy and jurisprudence, or who gives excessive reverence or seriousness to legal principles
How to use "jurisprude" in a sentence
  1. The law student was described by his peers as a jurisprude because of his excessive reverence for legal doctrine.
  2. Some might call him a bore, but his deep respect for the law and its principles made him more of a jurisprude.
  3. With every possible law quote at the tip of her tongue, she was the quintessential jurisprude in her law school batch.

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