This may or may not be judged as reasonable.
It seemed a singularly ill-judged enterprise for Truman to undertake.
I judged it to be one of the worst programmes ever screened.
We have omitted footnotes which we judged inessential to the text.
I judged him to be about forty.
His behaviour was indubitably ill-judged.
Each case is judged on its merits.
By noon, all 61 people were judged out of danger.
This case is being judged by the Supreme Court.
The police judged the criminal was still in the city.
The bowler judged it well, timing the ball to perfection.
She judged it a useless attempt to advise him.
The committee judged it better to start the work at once.
I judged, from his manner, that he was guilty.
He judged them to be the best plays he had ever seen.
The economic impact of the arts is often overlooked and badly judged.
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