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Definition of "judged" []

  • A public official with authority to hear cases in a court of law and pronounce judgment upon them (noun)
  • A person who is appointed to determine the result of contests or competitions (noun)
  • A person qualified to comment critically (noun)
  • A leader of the peoples of Israel from Joshua's death to the accession of Saul (noun)
  • To hear and decide upon (a case at law) (verb)
  • To pass judgment on; sentence (verb)
  • To decide or deem (something) after inquiry or deliberation (verb)
  • To determine the result of (a contest or competition) (verb)
  • To appraise (something) critically (verb)
  • To believe (something) to be the case; suspect (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of judg. (verb)

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  • Simple past tense and past participle of judge. (verb)

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Use "judged" in a sentence
  • "The relevance of a Twitter follower can be judged from the extent of any overlap between their followers and your own."
  • "The style of his work can be judged from a review of Liaisons, which praised a racy, colloquial and accurate translation, a concise, well-honed, elegant introduction and helpful and informative notes."
  • "Skiers whizzed by me spraying snow, as my brain judged the pros and cons in its spartan gray courtroom."