Definitions of judging

  1. the cognitive process of reaching a decision or drawing conclusions

Usage examples for judging

  1. She soon got over her awe of the white men, judging, now that she had a closer view of them, that they were in many ways like her own people. – The Princess Pocahontas by Virginia Watson
  2. As a matter of fact, judging by a glimpse vouchsafed to me of her face as I struggled forth from the cellar with a candle and the champagne, one might have expected it to cause a conflagration anywhere. – Further Experiences of an Irish R.M. by E. OEnone Somerville Martin Ross
  3. Judging from the glimpses I had as the party spoke together and leaned to look, it was quite a sensation. – The Million-Dollar Suitcase by Alice MacGowan Perry Newberry
  4. But He will have this enormous advantage in judging all men, poor and otherwise, that He will not need to decide by what folk tell Him, nor by outside things. – Quiet Talks about Jesus by S. D. Gordon
  5. Judging from his appearance, we may suppose that there are some in every village who must be sixty, seventy, and even eighty years of age. – Samoa, A Hundred Years Ago And Long Before by George Turner