nonjudgmental nonjudgmental


  • (adj) refraining from making judgments especially ones based on personal opinions or standards


  1. Hers is the new face of an old movement: kind, calm, nonjudgmental, a special-forces soldier in the abortion wars who is fighting her battles one conscience at a time.
  2. Even more weird, all of this is displayed with nonjudgmental cheeriness.
  3. Not all picture books, mind you, are so nonjudgmental.


  • Hyphen TV: The Best Keynote Speaker

    Even Karen herself seems unsure about being a keynote speaker. Hope everyone in the States had a happy Fourth! We have a quick one this week because of the holiday. On Push Girls , Angela was recruited by Auti to help teach a sex course at the rehab center where they first met. Angela was keen to lay some open, honest, and nonjudgmental truth on a group of patients who were recently disabled ...
    on July 9, 2013     Source: Hyphen Magazine


  1. "I'm a Christian," Chenoweth says. "And I know unfortunately there's a bad connotation that comes with that now, but I'm also nonjudgmental. God doesn't make mistakes. People are born how they are born. And I think people should be able to...
    on Apr 28, 2010 By: Kristin Chenoweth Source: SheWired

  2. "He's a very gentle and caring guy," Roth adds, "very nonjudgmental, but this is what he does. He thinks it's all rather wonderful and amusing, but one thing he told me is that once you have this (ability), you can't switch it off and just...
    on Jan 17, 2009 By: Tim Roth Source: Reading Eagle

  3. "She is an optimistic character, but more importantly, she is a 'positivist,'" Leigh explains. "Poppy is someone who looks things in the eye, who deals with difficult matters as they arise, who is open and nonjudgmental. She cares and is...
    on Oct 10, 2008 By: Mike Leigh Source: The Jewish Journal of greater L.A

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