What is the definition of "judging others"?


"Judging others" is defined as forming an opinion or deciding upon critically; it means to think, infer or hold an opinion about someone, such as the sentence: "He judged her to be correct." It can also mean to conclude about, assess, to pass judgment, or to make a mental judgment.

According to Reference.com, "judging others" also means to decide or settle authoritatively, or to estimate or act as a judge of people. Synonyms for "judging others" include "determine," "consider" and "regard." An example sentence using the verb phrase "judging others" is: "That's too bad, but hardly a reason for judging others as incompetent." "Judging others" can also reference determining the result of a competition or contest.

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