[juhj-men-tl] /dʒʌdʒˈmɛn tl/
involving the use or exercise of .
tending to make moral :
to avoid a judgmental approach in dealing with divorced couples.
of or denoting an attitude in which judgments about other people’s conduct are made
1892, from judgment + -al (1). Meaning “inclined to make moral judgments” is attested from 1952. Related: Judgmentally.
noun, Theology. 1. the book from which all persons will be judged at the Last Judgment, containing a full record of their acts.
noun 1. Sports. an observational ruling by a referee or umpire that is necessarily subjective because of the disputable nature of the play in question, and one that may be appealed but not protested, as opposed to a matter of official rule interpretation: Balks and close plays at first are of course judgment calls, and […]
noun 1. the day of the Last Judgment; doomsday. noun 1. the occasion of the Last (or General) Judgment by God at the end of the world Also called Day of Judgment See Last Judgment In the New Testament, the day at the end of time. According to the Gospels and the Book of Revelation, […]
noun 1. Law. a debt established or confirmed by decree of a court of law.