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[self-juhj-muh nt, self-]
  1. the act or fact of judging oneself.
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Origin of self-judgment

First recorded in 1650–60
Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018

Examples from the Web for self-judgment

Historical Examples

  • We must let nature know that the eye of self-judgment is continually upon it.

    Life and Times of David

    Charles Henry Mackintosh

  • This looked like contrition and self-judgment; but it was hollow and false.

  • But the point is, my self-judgment serves no one now—she's dead.

  • Nor was he at all carried away with the idea of self-judgment and independence in religion.

  • Madness means incapacity for self-judgment and self-control.

    Amiel's Journal

    Henri-Frdric Amiel