Definition of "juror"
  1. An individual enlisted to be part of a jury, drawn from several sources, who receives trivial remuneration and reimbursement for travel expenses from the court
How to use "juror" in a sentence
  1. The judge thanked each juror for their time and commitment to the case.
  2. As a juror, she strove to remain impartial throughout the lengthy trial.
  3. Being a juror gave him firsthand insight into the legal process.

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