judgmental

[juhj-men-tl]
adjective
1.
involving the use or exercise of judgment.
2.
tending to make moral judgments: to avoid a judgmental approach in dealing with divorced couples.
Also, especially British, judgemental.


Origin:
1905–10; judgment + -al1

judgmentally, adverb
unjudgmental, adjective
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judgmental or judgemental (dʒʌdʒˈmɛntəl)
 
adj
of or denoting an attitude in which judgments about other people's conduct are made
 
judgemental or judgemental
 
adj

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judgmental
"inclined to make moral judgments," 1952, from judgment.
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Example sentences
Study reveals that showering or using wipes can make you more judgmental.
They can't take the time to appear reflective and judgmental.
Metaphorical flourishes are rare and he is almost never judgmental.
Being opinionated and judgmental about vegetables certainly didn't help.
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