Example sentences for: judgement

How can you use “judgement” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • In an editorial titled "Starr Should Not Tarry," the Post Express cautioned the independent counsel not to "lose sight of the broader picture": It said his office was created not only "to assure the unfettered investigation of charges against the highest government officials" but also to ensure "that a prosecutorial judgement be rendered in a timely manner."

  • The LAT has a top front-page story about a Florida court's unprecedented award of punitive damages (as part of a $1 million judgement) to survivors of a dead smoker who had sued the Brown and Williamson Tobacco Co.

  • They learned which of the others shared their own preferences and whose judgement they could trust.

  • This bass-ackwards news judgement comes from being too attached to "presidential" news---after all, Clinton mentioned the trade bill in his weekly radio address--and to "breaking" news--the radio address is something that "happened" on Saturday, while the disaster of the gun bills is not.

  • The LAT lead, titled "Senate Braces for Days of Judgement in Momentous Trial," is mostly such desiccata as that "one hundred senators will sit as both judge and jury.


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