judgmatic

adjective judg·mat·ic \ ˌjəj-ˈma-tik \
variants: or judgmatical play \ˌjəj-ˈma-ti-kəl\

Definition of judgmatic

judgmatically

play \ˌjəj-ˈma-ti-k(ə-)lē\ adverb

Examples of judgmatic in a Sentence

  1. not the most judgmatic way to tell a woman that she could stand to lose a few pounds

Origin and Etymology of judgmatic

probably irregular from judgment



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