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noun as in determining

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Her actions on the 7th Circuit seemed to bear out her contention about the role an appellate judge plays.

Chalfen said the review consisted of Simpson’s year sitting as a judge in the Bronx.

Giuliani has been unable to muster sufficient evidence to persuade judges to consider the president’s case.

In doing so, it could choose to file in front of an administrative judge, leaving Facebook facing two major antitrust matters in two different venues.

Their cases have seen additional delays with shifting federal priorities, the retirements of judges and, now, the coronavirus pandemic.

Judging from current figures, there would be a substantial demand for this option, too.

But those watching Selma were judging a work of cinematic art.

Judging the contest are four prominent figures in the adult entertainment business with years of experience.

Judging by the frustration of U.S. officials attempting to track ISIS, the militants appear to have heeded that call.

Cast an eye over the history of the Supreme Court, and you will see no golden age of apolitical judging.

He wasn't the style of man that I'd care to stir up trouble with, judging from his size and the shape of his head.

In the last article, we have given some general rules for judging of the probable tone of an instrument from its model.

Judging from the rapid progress he made in a short time, this teacher must have been thoroughly competent.

Judging from his arms, which were splendid, and of the half Roman pattern that Howel wore, he might be of some note.

All of which goes to show that nobody is quite sane in judging himself.

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On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to judging, such as: deciding, judgment, and reaching a decision.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.