Example sentences for: judgments

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

  • The Court's decision displays not only an improper special solicitude for our own profession; it also displays, I think, the very fondness for "reform through the courts"- the making of innumerable social judgments through judgepronounced constitutional imperatives- that prompted Congress to restrict publicly funded litigation of this sort.

  • This is also a good time for me to reiterate that the Columbia Journalism Review was, is, and always will be independent, tough-minded, fair, and impartial in all its judgments.

  • There are fancy names--Ann Douglas, Helen Vendler, Robert Hughes, Terry Teachout, Deborah Tannen, Witold Rybczynski, Ingrid Sischy--and up-to-the-minute critical judgments.

  • The results of your combined judgments of the strength of corroborating evidence and degree of risk suggest different assessments.

  • And partly you rely on expert judgments: If a prestigious journal has agreed to publish the clay theory, it's probably wrong.

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