Dictionary.com

judging in a sentence

Example sentences for judging

Judging from the manner in which he pressed home the charge, the personal factor seems to have touched him but slightly.
Works of these two types appear, judging from their names, to move in different planes.
He must be thinking all the while of his appearance, because he knows that all the while the spectators are judging of it.
There were two rooms for judging people's guilt, one the scorpion room, the other the ant room.
Judging from its configuration, this spacious construction had belonged to a large and prosperous family.
That's too bad, but hardly a reason for judging the department as incompetent.
After all, one criterion on which they are judging you is the ability to get along with them-all of them.
Judging from reader raves, they're your favorites, too.
So subject matter is key in judging the press's boundary-violating behavior.
Judging by what is on the site already, there are several things that seem to work quite well.
Few movies have worked out that conundrum so powerfully, or so effectively dramatized the folly of judging by partial evidence.
The current scholarly tone is, judging from the new books, realist but pessimistic.
But judging by the latest results from sleep research, you should be getting a pat on the back.
Visual inspection is still the go-to method of judging a bridge's integrity.
In patients who have survived severe brain damage, judging the level of actual awareness has proved a difficult process.
Judging by your language you probably don't go out of your way to learn much.
Judging by the grammar, some third rate community college.
Judging from his and others' talks, all else has been failing a lot lately.
It is as ignorant as judging climate changes by the weather patterns.
More on the challenge of judging nationalities by body language and looks.
Judging from the bankruptcy statistics, the former group is larger.
But judging from the past, involving the private sector will not greatly improve security.
Judging from the clothes-and the exhibition-confusion is exactly the point.
Judging from the bootleg videos that sometimes turn up, her basic speech varies little from venue to venue.
And, judging by the number of answers this week, quite a few of you enjoyed this cryptogram.
It was an herbivore, and judging from the artists' renderings, quite muscular.
They did a pretty good job too, judging from the dozen folks watching the movie in the vendor area.
And the judging was every bit as inconsistent as the skating.
Other animals have many different ways of judging depth, but none of them apply to jumping spiders.
Stop judging other people, adoption may be the answer for some and not for others its not your right to comment.
So judging the success or failure of science writing on the basis of science subject enrollment or science funding seems unfair.
As a neutral party, these people sound and act no differently than the people they're judging.
Judging from the photos, the unit appeared to be in good condition.
But, judging from the talent the producers opted to show, it didn't really matter.
Winning teachers were chosen by education professionals in a two-step judging process.
Judging by the advance publicity it is not full of surprises.
Judging by their rhetoric, the world's policymakers are indeed thinking about little else.
Judging people as individuals rather than as representatives of groups is both morally right and good for business.
Judging by the president's actions this week, that prediction sounds premature.
Even those working in the field already may be put off if the credibility of the judging committee is in any doubt.
Judging who will work best in which slot is one of the key tasks of leadership.
Judging by the polls, such efforts are likely to fall flat.
However, judging from how the physical mail and email spam battles played out, the prognosis is not good.
Judging from the immediate reaction, the plan will face plenty of obstacles.
And you can rest easy if you'd been nervous about rumors of possible changes to the show's deliciously catty judging panel.
But ultimately, judging from my reader mail, that's irrelevant.
We need to stop judging one another so harshly on surface issues.
Judging from the seafood sections of local supermarkets, there would seem to be plenty of fish left in the oceans.
Although she later rescinded her confession, she has been suspended from judging.
We could, for example, become far better at judging threats before catastrophe strikes.
The following criteria are used when judging nominated gardens.
Fill out top portion before arriving on judging day.
Interpreting and judging medical research involves subjective, not solely explicit, processes.

Famous quotes containing the word judging

You must not be partial in judging: hear out the small and the great alike; you shall not be intimidated by... more
I feel more charity for a Mormon who has been taught from his birth that it is not only his right but his duty to God to... more
It is precisely the purpose of the public opinion generated by the press to make the public incapable of judgingmore
Copyright ©  2014 Dictionary.com, LLC. All rights reserved.
About PRIVACY POLICY Terms Careers Advertise with Us Contact Us Suggest a Word Help