judgmental

adjective judg·men·tal \ ˌjəj-ˈmen-tᵊl \
Updated on: 1 Dec 2017

Definition of judgmental

1 : of, relating to, or involving judgment
  • a judgmental error
2 : characterized by a tendency to judge harshly
  • judgmental prigs

judgmentally

play \ˌjəj-ˈmen-tᵊl-ē\ adverb

Examples of judgmental in a Sentence

  1. He's judgmental about everyone except himself.

  2. You should try to avoid being so judgmental.

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First Known Use of judgmental

1834


JUDGMENTAL Defined for English Language Learners

judgmental

adjective

Definition of judgmental for English Language Learners

  • : tending to judge people too quickly and critically

  • : of, relating to, or involving judgment



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