Judgment (noun)

  1. The ability to make considered decisions or come to sensible conclusions.
  2. The act of judging or the ability to judge a situation or a person.
  3. The process or act of evaluating or the result of such an evaluation.


Middle english jugement, from old french, from latin iūdicium, from iūdex judge.


  1. The judgment of the court was that the defendant was guilty.
  2. She had a keen judgment and was able to spot a good investment.
  3. He passed judgment on the behavior of his peers.
  4. He had a good judgment about people.
  5. She passed judgment on his clothes.
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