What is the opposite of verdict?

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Noun
Opposite of a decision on an issue of fact in a civil or criminal case or an inquest
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Opposite of a judgment or verdict arrived at after consideration
“Her argument was founded on a quarter of the jury having been lost over five sitting days, the jury's indecision, and the lengthy deliberations.”
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Opposite of a formal expression of opinion or intention agreed on by a legislative body, or through a formal meeting
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Opposite of the produced result or effect of a particular process or event
“Like coin tosses, there may be no salient causation to be discerned in the outcomes.”
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Opposite of a view or judgment formed about something, not necessarily based on fact or knowledge
“To my knowledge, there is only one place in his published writings where Berkeley responds directly to this challenge.”
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Opposite of the process of establishing something exactly by calculation or research
“It is only when one takes a few minutes to read the five and a half pages of the interim report that one realizes there is total indecision on the matter.”
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Opposite of opinion, judgment, or belief
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Opposite of an authoritative decision or pronouncement, especially one made by a judge
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Opposite of mental acceptance of a claim as true
“Until recently, hippotherapy has been met with skepticism from a medical community demanding hard science rather than anecdotal evidence.”
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Opposite of the inference of particular instances by reference to a general law or principle
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Opposite of an opinion or assessment on the nature, character, or quality of something
“I am appalled at your indifference towards a matter of such importance.”
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Opposite of a particular opinion or attitude expressed
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Opposite of a formal declaration by the verdict of a jury or the decision of a judge in a court of law that someone is guilty of a criminal offence
“Moreover, the public interest may be as much involved in the circumstances of a remarkable acquittal as in a surprising conviction.”
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Opposite of a person's predestined situation or status in life
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