Antonyms for prejudgment

Grammar : Noun
Spell : pree-juhj
Phonetic Transcription : priˈdʒʌdʒ

Definition of prejudgment

Origin :
  • 1560s, from French préjuger (16c.), equivalent to Latin praejudicare "to judge beforehand;" see pre- + judge (v.). Related: Prejudged; prejudging; prejudgment.
  • As in preconception : noun idea formed before event occurs or facts are received
  • As in prejudice : noun belief without basis, information; intolerance
  • As in preconceived notion : noun idea held before an event
Example sentences :
  • What kind of a precedent, and how great a prejudgment must this be for posterity!
  • Extract from : « Letters of John Calvin, Volume I (of 4) » by Jules Bonnet
  • A prejudgment of this kind is unworthy of a scientific mind.
  • Extract from : « American Hero-Myths » by Daniel G. Brinton
  • This prejudgment of the case was acquiesced in, and Joan was brought in with fetters on her legs.
  • Extract from : « A History of The Inquisition of The Middle Ages; volume III » by Henry Charles Lea
  • I here only desire to avoid any prejudgment of these questions in my definition of my own good.
  • Extract from : « The Methods of Ethics » by Henry Sidgwick
  • It will not be devoid of interest to contrast the prejudgment of the French bourgeois with the judgment of the English bourgeois.
  • Extract from : « The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte » by Karl Marx
  • The reporters looked upon Marcus Wilkeson without emotion or prejudgment.
  • Extract from : « Round the Block » by John Bell Bouton
  • Whether truth has gained by such indiscriminate condemnation and prejudgment is, I think, greatly open to question.
  • Extract from : « Mystic London: » by Charles Maurice Davies
  • It occurred to me as my call wore on that I caught even a hint of this prejudgment in the eyes of the young woman.
  • Extract from : « The Boss of Little Arcady » by Harry Leon Wilson

Synonyms for prejudgment

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