Also especially British, judge·men·tal.
Origin of judgmental
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Examples from the Web for judgmental
Please know that these judgmental feelings truly have no pace in my heart.GOP Flack Throws Shade at First Teens
November 29, 2014
What he meant was that he personally, and by extension all Christians, should not be judgmental.Is Pope Francis Backpedaling on Gays?
November 19, 2014
Anyone turning to country music for life lessons or values had better be content with the advice to simply not be so judgmental!Is This Country Star the New Wendy Davis?
November 8, 2014
This is part the judgmental aestheticism of my mother hovering in my consciousness like a vengeful Jewish Yoda.Mommy’s Little Secret? Coffee And Booze.
May 11, 2014
She does not, in this journal, exhibit the same sort of judgmental self-satisfaction that her female protagonists suffer from.Flannery O’Connor’s Desire for God
November 13, 2013
- of or denoting an attitude in which judgments about other people's conduct are made
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Word Origin and History for judgmental
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