- 1Of or concerning the use of judgement: judgemental decisions about the likelihood of company survivalMore example sentences
- Confusion over this issue is reduced if one thinks of Jung's feeling function as a judgemental process concerned with values: evaluating function might be a more appropriate term.
- Our dealings with our pasts are not all judgemental, not all concerned with moral disapproval or approval.
- This causes judgmental error, prompting him to indulge in risky driving/overtaking.
- 1.1Having or displaying an overly critical point of view: I don’t like to sound judgemental, but it was a big mistakeMore example sentences
- Exercising judgment does not refer to being judgmental, critical or condemning.
- Her father returns the favor by being overly judgmental of her in everything she does, probably because it is the only way he knows to show his affection.
- As such, the real danger is not that journalists will be excessively judgmental or critical, but that they will be too soft.
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- ‘Of course this gave him a license to interfere actively, judgmentally, and with extraordinary cruelty in every aspect of my daily life,’ writes Godley.
- ‘This is the man who describes large numbers of Catholics in Australia who see themselves as moderately progressive as passé,’ Collins sniffed judgmentally.
- Throughout the following century, ‘Victorian’ was used judgmentally in a way that other labels, ‘Renaissance’ for example, were not.