- adj. alternative spelling of judgmental.
- From judgement and -al. (Wiktionary)
“Cynthia – your statement on being judgemental is extremely judgemental!”
“Twenty years after leaving care, large numbers of children will have become the kind of adult known in judgemental days as 'low-life'.”
“I admit to certain judgemental biases - I refuse to watch a film about snuff, for example, no matter how well done, or I would not read Gabriel Garcia Marquez's latest novel if he wrote about pedophilia and excrement, even if he is my favorite author in the world.”
“It is always better to use neutral, less pejorative judgemental terms, such as non-Jew or Christian.”
“Parliament is just giving the FSA the opportunity to have what's called judgemental discretion.”
“I was raised to know in the end the judgemental will be the ones who are judged.”
“We who object are regarded as 'legalistic' and "judgemental".”
“It seems that this is the kind of judgemental crap that HBM is talking about.”
“Of course, that policy would be "judgemental," which some fools think is incompatible with libertarian morality.”
“Considering that the BBC refuse to use the word "terrorist" under almost any circumstances - apparently it is 'judgemental' and we need to call people with dynamite strapped to their chests "insurgents" and "militants" then sorry Iain, but yes: I often wonder which side they are on.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘judgemental’.
Words only (I left out the expressions) from Geza Kerenyi's EN-HU interpreters' dictionary. Most of them pose some difficulty when interpreted between HU and EN in either or both directions.
What & who I experience throughout the ebb and flow of my daily life. It's heavy on the negativity ~ my fur gets ruffled easily these days...
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