Definition of Judgement

1. Noun. The legal document stating the reasons for a judicial decision. "Opinions are usually written by a single judge"




2. Noun. An opinion formed by judging something. "She changed her mind"
Exact synonyms: Judgment, Mind
Specialized synonyms: Conclusion, Decision, Determination
Generic synonyms: Opinion, Persuasion, Sentiment, Thought, View
Derivative terms: Judgmental

3. Noun. The cognitive process of reaching a decision or drawing conclusions.
Exact synonyms: Judging, Judgment
Generic synonyms: Deciding, Decision Making
Specialized synonyms: Prejudgement, Prejudgment
Derivative terms: Judge, Judge, Judge, Judgmental

4. Noun. The mental ability to understand and discriminate between relations.

5. Noun. The capacity to assess situations or circumstances shrewdly and to draw sound conclusions.
Exact synonyms: Judgment, Perspicacity, Sound Judgement, Sound Judgment
Generic synonyms: Trait
Specialized synonyms: Objectiveness, Objectivity, Subjectiveness, Subjectivity
Derivative terms: Judgmental

6. Noun. (law) the determination by a court of competent jurisdiction on matters submitted to it.

7. Noun. The act of judging or assessing a person or situation or event. "They criticized my judgment of the contestants"

Definition of Judgement

1. Noun. (alternative form of judgment) ¹

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Definition of Judgement

1. judgment [n -S] - See also: judgment

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Judgement

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juddered
juddering
judders
juddock
judenrein
judg
judge
judge's robe
judge advocate
judge advocate general
judge advocates
judged
judgeless
judgelike
judgement (current term)
judgement by default
judgement call
judgement calls
judgement day
judgement days
judgement in personam
judgement in rem
judgement of dismissal
judgement on the merits
judgement on the pleadings
judgement proof
judgemental
judgementalism
judgementally

Literary usage of Judgement

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1. The Third Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England: Concerning High ...by Edward Coke by Edward Coke (1797)
"20211 The judgement in cafe of Felony. 211 The judgement in cafe of an Appeal where the ... 212 The judgement to reverie or avoid an Outlawry in cafe of ..."

2. A Constitutional History of the House of Lords by Luke Owen Pike (1894)
"CHAPTER X. judgement BY PEERS TO THE REIGN OF RICHARD II: END OF APPEALS IN PARLIAMENT : BEGINNING OF IMPEACHMENTS. I Peers ' in England occurs in the Great ..."

3. Southey's Common-place Book by Robert Southey (1876)
"Now it is very true, the ancient Christians did own a middle state between Death and judgement, which was neither Heaven nor Hell, but yet never dreamt of a ..."

4. The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment by Jeremiah Burroughs (1651)
"T)avid had enough to quiet him, and th-'t that he had , had prevailed with his judgement, but after it had prevailed with his ..."

5. An Essay Concerning the Human Understanding by John Locke (1813)
"This faculty of the mind, when it is exercised immediately about things, is called judgement: when about truths delivered in ..."

6. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Alabama by Alabama Supreme Court (1830)
"O." In the transcript the clerk states that this judgement is referred for form to a judgement entered at the same term, in a different suit, ..."

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