Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Treated or done with good judgment; correctly estimated or calculated; judicious; wise.

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Examples

  • The cast is a true ensemble—you come away feeling as though you've spent an evening in the company of a group of people who have known each other for years—and Kevin G. Coleman's well-judged staging is by turns wildly physical and sweetly subtle.

    The Family and Its Discontents

  • In any case, I agree with you when you say “good teachers (I argue) have the ability to intuit where the learner is going, what his/her present capacities are (their ZPD I guess), and to what extent these capacities can be realised (or, to use your term, ‘moved’) by well-judged interventions.”

    P is for Push « An A-Z of ELT

  • Nevertheless, good teachers (I argue) have the ability to intuit where the learner is going, what his/her present capacities are (their ZPD I guess), and to what extent these capacities can be realised (or, to use your term, ‘moved’) by well-judged interventions.

    P is for Push « An A-Z of ELT

  • "A return to economic stability from our fragile condition will require careful and well-judged steps looking beyond the next few months," he said.

    BOE's King Defends Interest Rate

  • Then he struck it a well-judged blow beneath the ear, and flung it to Sipsu.

    WHERE THE TRAIL FORKS

  • Trouble with a bunker at the short 12th pegged him back, but his response was to unleash another mighty drive at the 13th, clearing the turn in the fairway and opening up the green for a well-judged wedge.

    Masters 2011: Rory McIlroy says he learned hard lessons at St Andrews

  • The gorillas 'behaviour has strong similarities to the children's game tag, but is perhaps more like a playful exchange of punches that must be well-judged to ensure it does not escalate into a more serious fight.

    Gorillas learn about injustice and revenge by playing tag

  • Best of all is the wonderful, pivotal scene in which Tilly Tremayne's well-judged, shrewd widow takes on Harriet Walter's glittering bawd at chess.

    Women Beware Women; Bingo

  • All of a sudden, though, Hajek pulls out a well-judged drop-shot, which Murray can only flick wristily into the net, and that's the first break of the match.

    Wimbledon 2010: Andy Murray v Jan Hajek - as it happened

  • Only Cameron White, who made an excellent and well-judged unbeaten 86, and Smith, more robust for his 41, moved Australia towards a total that was competitive, their sixth-wicket stand worth 84.

    Stuart Broad sets England on way to second victory over Australia

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