judgmental judgmental  /dʒədʒ ˈmɛn təl/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) depending on judgment

Usage(s):

  1. But as pitiably muggable as these people may appear, the latest science says they've got something on my judgmental self.
  2. Maybe you're afraid of sounding judgmental, priggish or foolish.
  3. No less than Henry James, Allen is judgmental of Americans abroad they betray a sexual navet when exposed to a society so much more practiced in the art of gracious loving.

News

  • Ask Amy: Friend's unhealthy career causes concern

    My friend has found herself doing extreme (sexual) things with guys she doesn't know - for money. It's not as if I'm super judgmental or anything, but I value myself as a person, and I see that she's devaluing her worth.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Detroit Free Press

Quotes

  1. "What he was saying to the rest of the world is that we need to accept both points of view," Ridge said in a broadcast interview. "He's not judgmental about me or my belief. He just disagrees with me."
    on Aug 17, 2008 By: Tom Ridge Source: Newsweek

  2. "I think it's discrimination," Aguilera said in a Thursday interview with MTV News. "I don't understand how people can be so close-minded and so judgmental. We chose an African-American president who means so much in a time in history of...
    on Nov 7, 2008 By: Christina Aguilera Source: FOXNews

  3. In an interview with the online edition of TV Guide, executive producer Ken Warwick said, "We're never judgmental about people who do things like that. If it were some sort of heavy porn, then maybe we'd have to take action. But certainly not on...
    on Mar 5, 2008 By: Ken Warwick Source: MovieWeb

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