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judgment [conclusion.]

Roget category 480

4. Words relating to the intellectual faculties
4.5. Results of reasoning
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#480. Judgment [Conclusion.]

noun

result, conclusion, upshotdeduction, inference, ergotism [Med.]illationcorollary, porismmoral.
estimation, valuation, appreciation, judicationdijudication, adjudicationarbitrament, arbitrement, arbitrationassessment, ponderationvalorization.
award, estimatereview, criticism, critique, notice, report.
decision, determination, judgment, finding, verdict, sentence, decreefindings of factfindings of lawres judicata [Lat.].
plebiscite, voice, casting votevote etc. (choice) 609opinion etc. (belief) 484good judgment etc. (wisdom) 498.
judge, umpirearbiter, arbitratorasessor, referee.
censor, reviewer, criticconnoisseurcommentator etc. 524inspector, inspecting officer.
twenty-twenty hindsight [judgment after the fact]; armchair general, monday morning quarterback.

verb

judge, concludecome to a conclusion, draw a conclusion, arrive at a conclusionascertain, determine, make up one's mind.
deduce, derive, gather, collect, draw an inference, make a deduction, weet, ween.
form an estimate, estimate, appreciate, value, count, assess, rate, rank, accountregard, consider, think oflook upon etc. (believe) 484reviewsize up [Slang].
settlepass an opinion, give an opiniondecide, try, pronounce, rulepass judgment, pass sentencesentence, doomfindgive judgment, deliver judgmentadjudge, adjudicatearbitrate, award, reportbring in a verdict make absolute, set a question at restconfirm etc. (assent) 488.
comment, criticize, kibitzpass under review etc. (examine) 457investigate etc. (inquire) 461.
hold the scales, sit in judgmenttry judgment, hear a cause.

adjective

judging etc. v. — judicious etc. (wise) 498determinate, conclusive.

adverb

on the whole, all things considered.

phrase

a Daniel come to judgment" [Merchant of Venice]; and stand a critic, hated yet caress'd" [Byron]; it is much easier to be critical than to be it is much easier to be critical than to be correct" [Disraeli]; la critique est aisee et l'art est difficile [Fr.]nothing if not critical" [Othello]; O most lame and impotent conclusion" [Othello].



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