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


Marksman had well judged the Gambusino, when suspecting him to be capable of treachery.

You have well judged, Seor; I thank you for that opinion, which is true.

The grounds of its omission in practice may or may not have been well judged.

He had Martin well judged, too, for there was no evidence of any bold resistance.

The resolution providing for Spanish prisoners at New York was well judged.

Oolong tea does not color the water very much, so its strength cannot be as well judged in that way.

The range has been well judged, for the first shot falls with beautiful accuracy just on the hill where they are supposed to be.

You will never be well judged until you have a judicial caste, which is neither the Government, nor the world at large.

It was well judged and well swung, but point would have been wiser than edge against that supple body and those active feet.

This parsimony is so well judged that the insect gains the surface at the end of twelve days.