judge[ juhj ]SEE DEFINITION OF judge
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JUDGE
I threw off all reserve--about half a pound, I should judge.
In front of Judge Gould's office the combat was at its height.
I should judge from what I saw of the truth of his communications.
It was simply impossible to judge with any accuracy of the distance of the ship.
On that foul throng that wrought them wrong—on Jury and on Judge!
I was the only judge, in my own wise opinion, of what was right and fit.
Judge me, then, my dear, as any indifferent person (knowing what you know of me) would do.
Of the poetry we could not judge, but the music was miserable.
Though we are not told the age of Lazarus we judge that he was at most no more than in man's maturity.
Judge them not by the gross and heavy form in which they now appear.