Example sentences for: judgmental

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

  • In outpatient prenatal care settings, it was apparent that not only did drug use interfere with obtaining care, but also, sometimes the outpatient care received was perceived as judgmental, inadequate, or irrelevant for their real need to address substance abuse issues.

  • I just get all flustered when I have to prove it under the stern, judgmental eyes of the state.

  • To illustrate differences among types of information, we might base the conclusion that "the day was hot" on data from an instrument that records the room temperature (numerical and objective), a record of the atmospheric temperature as written down by an observer checking a thermometer (numerical and relatively nonsubjective), a survey asking people how hot they felt (nonnumerical and subjective), and a "thick" description of what clothes people were wearing, how much they perspired or shivered, whether they turned up the furnace or the air conditioner, and how much energy they seemed to have for work (nonnumerical and judgmental).

  • As presented by subjects, what can facilitate care with openness and helpfulness to the most vulnerable can also block care when attitudes are threatening or judgmental.

  • The rules are judgmental, not probabilistic.


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