Definitions of "judgment"
  1. A verdict or ruling handed down by a court regarding a legal case or matter
  2. A court-ordered responsibility, such as a debt, that must be fulfilled
  3. The legal pronouncement by a court stating the guilt of a criminal defendant and determining the punishment
  4. The mental process of evaluating information and reaching a decision
How to use "judgment" in a sentence
  1. The judgment rendered in the case was in favor of the plaintiff.
  2. The debtor failed to pay his debt, thus violating a judgment of the court.
  3. In criminal proceedings, the judge announced the judgment and the corresponding sentencing.
  4. With all the evidence presented, the jury made a judgment based on their interpretation and understanding.

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