Judgement Vs. JudgmentIs judgment spelled with an e? Have you ever seen the word judgment spelled two different ways? Sometimes, it appears as we spelled it here (no e), and other times it appears with an e: judgement. Which one is correct? Well, the short answer is that judgment is the prevailing (“dominant”) spelling. Many think that the difference between judgement and judgment is that the longer version is the British …
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- judgment call,
- judgment day,
- judgment debt,
- judgment note,
- judgment of paris,
Also especially British, judge·men·tal.
Origin of judgmental
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Examples from the Web for judgmentally
This possibility can be viewed both sympathetic and judgmentally.
of or denoting an attitude in which judgments about other people's conduct are made
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