Roget category 4804. Words relating to the intellectual faculties
› 4.5. Results of reasoning
ergotism [Med.] —
estimation, valuation, appreciation, judication† — dijudication†, adjudication — arbitrament, arbitrement†, arbitration — assessment, ponderation† — valorization.
award, estimate — review, criticism, critique, notice, report.
decision, determination, judgment, finding, verdict, sentence, decree — findings of fact — findings of law — res judicata [Lat.].
plebiscite, voice, casting vote — vote etc. (choice) 609 — opinion etc. (belief) 484 — good judgment etc. (wisdom) 498.
judge, umpire — arbiter, arbitrator — asessor, referee.
censor, reviewer, critic — connoisseur — commentator etc. 524 — inspector, inspecting officer.
twenty-twenty hindsight [judgment after the fact]; armchair general, monday morning quarterback.
come to a conclusion,
draw a conclusion,
arrive at a conclusion —
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, account — regard, consider, think of — look upon etc. (believe) 484 — review — size up [Slang].
settle — pass an opinion, give an opinion — decide, try, pronounce, rule — pass judgment, pass sentence — sentence, doom — find — give judgment, deliver judgment — adjudge, adjudicate — arbitrate, award, report — bring in a verdict — make absolute, set a question at rest — confirm etc. (assent) 488.
comment, criticize, kibitz — pass under review etc. (examine) 457 — investigate etc. (inquire) 461.
hold the scales, sit in judgment — try judgment, hear a cause.
on the whole,
all things considered.
a Daniel come to judgment"
[Merchant of Venice];
and stand a critic, hated yet caress'd"
it is much easier to be critical than to be it is much easier to be critical than to be correct"
la critique est aisee et l'art est difficile [Fr.] —
nothing if not critical"
O most lame and impotent conclusion"
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