- of or having to do with the exercise of judgment
- making or tending to make judgments as to value, importance, etc., often specif., judgments considered to be lacking in tolerance, compassion, objectivity, etc.
- An example of judgmental is the role of a person whose job it is to decide who will be hired for a specific position; judgmental role.
- An example of a judgmental person is a someone who chooses friends based on appearances.
The definition of judgmental is involved in using or making decisions, or making comments or observations about the moral importance of something.
- Of, relating to, or dependent on judgment: a judgmental error.
- Inclined to make judgments, especially moral or personal ones: a marriage counselor who tries not to be judgmental.
(comparative more judgmental, superlative most judgmental)
From judgment + -al.
- Children at this age are often less judgmental and more accepting of someone that is different from them because the social stigmas and ill-conceived notions of conformity are not important.
- Possibly the hardest part of sensuality is that judgmental voice in your head that will try to second guess what you're doing - whether you're doing it well enough, good enough, or whether your body is pleasing enough.
- Again, it's important with all of these questions to make him feel as though he can safely express himself honestly - this is not the time to be judgmental, and certainly not to run a guilt trip about anything.
- Get informed before you make any decisions about sexual relationships, if possible, and remember there are adults who you can talk to and who will answer your questions without being judgmental.
- If you don't have something nice to say don't say anything at all: Unless you are calling out the blogger on something he or she said, don't be judgmental or nasty with your comments.