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  • adj. Not judgmental.


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un- +‎ judgmental


  • Please, not one of them is capable of an original thought or an act of true unselfish unjudgmental kindness.

    CNN Poll: Majority have a favorable view of Sen. Kennedy

  • I was struck by how often she settled on "frightening" to describe what her patients do and feel – an unjudgmental adjective that went to the heart of the matter.

    Rewind radio: Private Passions; Start the Week; Exchanges at the Frontier; Taking a Stand

  • You know, there once was a day when, if something was going crappily in my life, I would post about it, and take comfort in that transparency, that pouring out of emotion into something blank and unjudgmental, like an update page.


  • "You've no idea," she said, and then began, inexplicably, to rant to this total stranger, letting go everything from the past couple of weeks and far beyond between mouthfuls of tea, while he sat there and nodded sagely, or responded with understanding, unjudgmental comments.

    Country of the Blind

  • My mother's reaction to my leaving my wife had been as always calm, unjudgmental and accepting.

    To The Hilt

  • She was full of understanding and tolerant of human foibles, and quite unjudgmental.

    Wild Swans

  • Sandra Smith's pliant English translation conveys Némirovsky's rich, cinematic vision, which embeds observation of the workings of comfortable French country life in a matter-of-fact narration that recalls the detached, unjudgmental style of Joseph Roth or Marguerite Duras.

    NYT > Home Page

  • She is gentle and unjudgmental about her mother and herself.

    The Guardian World News

  • He just trained his camera with unjudgmental humanity and warmth.

    The Guardian World News

  • While order comes easily to her, she insists she is "patient, compassionate, and unjudgmental" toward those who are chaos-prone.

    New Jersey Jewish News


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