Judge synonyms

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The presiding judge of a high court having several judges, especially the US Supreme Court.
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The title of a justice of court.
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A legal official
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The definition of resolve is to solve, or settle something, or to make a commitment to do something.
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To estimate; judge; appraise
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Traditionally, the title of the chief judge of a court of chancery.
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One who has thorough knowledge and experience of law, especially an eminent judge, lawyer, or legal scholar.
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A person chosen to render a decision in a dispute; judge; arbiter
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A neutral person who resolves disputes between parties. Usually, the parties to the dispute choose the arbitrator. See also arbitration, arbiter, and conciliator.
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A person fully authorized or qualified to judge or decide
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(Physics) A subatomic particle that effects or conveys a force between subatomic particles.
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One who intercedes
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An individual of recognized knowledge in a particular topic, typically confirmed by academic standing and publications, who is called upon by one of the parties to testify in court as to his or her opinion of the underlying facts. Also referred to as expert witness.
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To perceive (sound) by the ear:
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(Archaic, US, New England) To assess a tax upon, by estimate or at discretion.
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To act decisively on the basis of information received or deduced.
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To decide that, to discover that, to form the opinion that.
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To mark (paper or the like) with rules (lines).
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To pass judgment
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To pass judgment
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To make a judgment (on a dispute) as an arbitrator or arbiter
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To act as a referee.
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To come to a decision or agreement:
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To indicate indirectly; imply
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To expect or obligate
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Assess means to make an estimate or appraisal.
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The judges of these courts.
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A specialist in judging works of art.
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(U.S. Army) Any of six grades for enlisted personnel with technical training and duties, corresponding to the grades of corporal through sergeant major
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To settle conclusively all contention or uncertainty about:
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To calculate approximately (the amount, extent, magnitude, position, or value of something).
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Containing or implying accusation.
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Circumspect is defined as cautious and unwilling to take risks.
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Having or showing good judgment or understanding; astute
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A judgmental person (contrasted with perceiver as a personality type).
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(Slang) To complain.
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To determine, as something which is exposed to doubt or question; to free from uncertainty or wavering; to make sure, firm, or constant; to establish; to compose; to quiet.
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To set a price for; decide the value of, esp. officially
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To find the value or amount of
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The definition of a connoisseur is a person who is an expert at something or who has informed and discriminating taste.
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A judge in a court having jurisdiction over the trial of misdemeanors and preliminary hearings involving felonies.
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A legal official
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A legal official
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A legal official
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A legal official
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A legal official
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(Chiefly UK) A deputy for a bishop in granting licences for marriage.
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A legal official
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A legal official
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A legal official
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A place or an opportunity to speak, to express one's opinion, a platform
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A person who sits on a bench, as a judge or member of the British Parliament
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Pejorative. A judge who has the reputation of applying overly harsh sentences in criminal cases.
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One, especially a man or boy, who adjudicates; compare: adjudicatrix.
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A designated internal mediator in an organization whose duty is to assist members with conflict resolution and other problems and to serve as independent consultant to recommend changes to policies or procedures to improve organization effectiveness, efficiency, and humaneness.
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A computer program that translates and executes, statement by statement, a program written in a high-level language
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A police officer ranking next below superintendent.
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A moderator
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A person who deals with each of two sides in making arrangements between them; intermediary
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An assistant to a judge or magistrate, usually selected for special knowledge in a particular area.
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(Baseball) An umpire.
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Power assigned to another; authorization:
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To give or award (costs, etc.) by law
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To make a decision in a legal case or proceeding:
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To taste, sample, or otherwise test in order to determine strength, effect, worth, or desirability:
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To pass judgment
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To declare a sentence on a convicted person; to doom; to condemn to punishment.
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Available at one's discretion; able to be used as one chooses; left to or regulated by one's own discretion or judgment.
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Of, relating to, or having the function of an inquisitor.
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Judicious.
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(Chiefly of a person) Inclined to pass judgment, critical.
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Capable of being judged; capable of being tried or decided upon.
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Having power to judge; judicial.
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(Law) Of, relating to, or proper to courts of law or to the administration of justice:
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Having, applying, or showing sound judgment; wise and careful
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(Law) Of or pertaining to justiciability; able to be evaluated and resolved by the courts.
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Of, based on, or derived from reasoning
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The definition of sagacious is someone with sound judgment.
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The office or position of a judge.
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Someone possessing superior or specialized knowledge in a particular field; a connoisseur.
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A moderator
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One who acts as a judge; an adjudicator.
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The jurisdiction of a law court or judge.
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The officer who presides over a synod or general assembly of the Presbyterian Church.
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A person having immediate jurisdiction in a given case of ecclesiastical law, such as the bishop within a diocese.
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One of lesser rank than another, especially an associate judge.
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A very wise man; sage
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To examine in such a manner as to ascertain the elements or nature of the thing examined; as, to analyze a fossil substance, to analyze a sentence or a word, or to analyze an action to ascertain its morality.
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To pass judgment
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To adjudge someone guilty of a crime or to impose sentence, especially a severe penalty such as death or life imprisonment.
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To show consideration for:
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To try to gain the love or affections of, especially to seek to marry.
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To evaluate (something), and judge its merits and faults
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To analyze and evaluate (a subject, literary work, etc.); criticize
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To consider or assume that a thing has the attributes or qualities of something else; for example, for certain legal purposes, a corporation is deemed to be a person.
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To decide; resolve
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To distinguish something as being different from something else; to differentiate.
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To make distinctions on the basis of class or category without regard to individual merit, especially to show prejudice on the basis of ethnicity, gender, or a similar social factor:
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The definition of distinguish is to recognize differences, or to be identified as a characteristic of something, or to earn a position of status or high esteem.
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To hold to be; consider; regard
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(Informal) To get as an idea or impression; infer; conclude
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To accept and pay when due
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To pass judgment
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To consider; esteem
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Reckon is something you believe or decide after thinking about it for a while.
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To remove as a judge from a trial or hearing, because of bias, prejudice, or an interest in the matter being decided; to object to or challenge the qualifications of a judge to hear a case due to a possible conflict of interest.
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(Short for) referee
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Regard is to think of someone or something in a particular way.
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To survey; to look broadly over.
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To consider or weigh an idea:
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(Naut.) weigh anchor (see phrase under anchor)
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To deduce is defined as to come up with an answer by logic or by putting pieces of information together.
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To derive by deduction; deduce.
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To pour forth liquid:
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Understand is defined as to know the meaning of something or to grasp the situation.
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The definition of assay is to test or survey, especially to determine the quantity of metal that a mixture has or to test a medicine.
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(Mathematics) To determine the value of something or the solution to something by a mathematical process.
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(Idiomatic) To evaluate; to estimate or anticipate the magnitude, difficulty, or strength of something.
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To estimate the value of something; to appraise or to make a valuation.
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To estimate the value of; set a price for or determine the worth of; appraise
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To order, establish, or decide by decree:
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To accept as true, particularly without absolute certainty (i.e., as opposed to knowing)
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To grasp or grip.
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To opine is to share your thoughts or opinion.
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To consider or regard:
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One who writes or delivers a commentary or commentaries.
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A person who writes critical reviews for a newspaper or other publication; a critic
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A student of jurisprudence; jurist
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In some states, a magistrate with jurisdiction over a small district, authorized to decide minor cases, commit persons to trial in a higher court, perform marriages, etc.
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(With down) To overcome or conquer by adducing reasons.
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(Informal, Dial.) To take legal action (against)
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(Archaic) To have or express as an opinion.
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Agent noun of evaluate; one who evaluates.
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form a critical opinion of
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To approximate is defined as to get a general idea or to come close to something.
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To think or suppose
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To sound out (a word or phrase); to articulate.
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To put a label (a ticket or sign) on (something).
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A judge; one who pronounces sentence or doom.
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Alternative form of deemster.
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Synonym Study

  • Referee and umpire both apply to a person to whom anything is referred for decision or settlement a referee in bankruptcy and, in sports, to officials charged with the regulation of a contest, ruling on the plays in a game, etc. a referee in boxing, basketball, etc., an umpire in baseball, cricket, etc.
  • Arbiter emphasizes the authoritativeness of decision of one whose judgment in a particular matter is considered indisputable an arbiter of the social graces
  • Judge is applied to one who, by the authority vested in him or her by expertness of knowledge, is qualified to settle a controversy or decide on the relative merit of things a judge of a beauty contest
Find another word for judge. In this page you can discover 148 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for judge, like: chief-justice, justice, judge of the district court, resolve, gauge, chancellor, jurist, umpire, arbitrator, arbiter and mediator.