judgy

adjective
\ ˈjə-jē \
variants: or judgey

Definition of judgy

informal
: tending to judge others harshly or critically : judgmental With the state's mandated water-use reductions taking effect on Monday, our lawns have become jungles of worry. Keep them green and face scary water bills and judgy neighbors.— Karla Peterson

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1997, in the meaning defined above

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