Examples of judgmental in a Sentence
He's judgmental about everyone except himself.
You should try to avoid being so judgmental.
Recent Examples of judgmental from the Web
My skepticism over this prohibition about writing—for fun, not profit—in other universes or with pre-existing characters was only deepened by how judgmental people can be about erotic fanfic.
Ms. Coppola, who unlike Siegel is not judgmental about female sexuality, has more developed characters for the women.
And while that has definitely been part of my experience, the other side of that is that judgmental stares are a thing, too.
In our radically changing and highly judgmental society, people are often scared of being isolated or left behind.
There should be eight to 10 guests per table with a free-flowing conversation that is prompted, but not micromanaged, and results in a productive, non-judgmental discussion.
That was in a different context, but Pope Francis is not judgmental to people’s moral stance.
Still, I was baffled, and possibly a little judgmental.
My father is very judgmental about overweight people and has never been able to shut up about it.
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First Known Use of judgmental
JUDGMENTAL Defined for English Language Learners
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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