Ex-judge in a sentence

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How to use ex-judge in a sentence. Ex-judge pronunciation.

I had heard many stories relating to the great force and ability of an old ex-judge named Conkwright, and I called at his office, though I had been warned that his price was exceedingly high.
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Old man Jucklin was smartly encouraged when I told him what the ex-judge had said, and he related a number of anecdotes of the old fellow's early days on the circuit.
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But to his old and tried friend, ex-Judge Stott, Judge Rossmore explained the facts as they were.
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He had been unwilling to believe it when his friend ex-judge Stott had pointed to Ryder as the author of all his misfortunes, but this unsympathetic letter with its falsehoods, its lies plainly written all over its face, was proof enough.
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But he sent for his old friend ex-Judge Stott.
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Examples of Ex-judge

Example #1
He met me gruffly, I thought, but I soon discovered that he had a heart.
Example #2
And I was now on my way to town to engage additional legal help, as the lawyer whom we had retained appeared to be luke-warm and half-hearted.
Example #3
I have kept you too long.
Example #4
I did not speak of having seen Chyd.
Example #5
His wife, entirely without experience in business matters and somewhat of an invalid, was helpless to advise him.
Example #6
She had gone to the Continent to rest, after working for months on a novel which she had just published.