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  • adj. Not judged.


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  • Racism is definately a factor; although Clinton thinks that "sexism" is a factor and she is unjudged unfairly by the media.

    Obama, Clinton supporters both say Clinton attacking unfairly

  • Talk of unbelieved beliefs (unjudged judgments, unstated statements, unasserted assertions) is either absurd or simply amounts to talk of unbelieved

    The Correspondence Theory of Truth

  • That I too can contribute to this world and by them discussing politics with me at just 8 years of age made me feel respected, and unjudged because I was so young.

    Madeline Lear: 10 Going On 11

  • At the rate his case is going, Kelly could remain unjudged for a long, long time.

    Innocent Until ... When?

  • When I'm around Peace Corps volunteers I feel unjudged for my Americanness.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • When I'm around these kids I feel unjudged for my humanness.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • However, if this editor accepts unagented queries, it's more than ok to query and mention you were one of the few, the proud, the unjudged, and see if she's got a larger percentage of nice than Miss Snark does 0%.

    Archive 2006-01-22

  • Evan realized he did not care if Merry was his secret; his mother had taught him the beauty of a secret life, the one unmeasured by others, and if unmeasured, then also unjudged, unknown in the most fundamental way, something held close as a heartbeat, a phantom voice near the ear, that most intimate of places.

    Some Fun

  • There's no such thing as an unjudged performance in Taiwan.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • Rick Goldman looked at us as if he could not believe people like us were walking the earth unjudged.

    Grave Surprise


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