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The final determination by the court of each parties’ respective rights and obligations to the other.


 

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
judgment (noun)
1.
a) a formal utterance of an authoritative opinion
b) an opinion so pronounced
2.
a) a formal decision given by a court
b) (1) an obligation (as a debt) created by the decree of a court
(2) a certificate evidencing such a decree
3.
a) capitalized the final of humankind by God - judging
b) a divine sentence or decision , specifically a calamity held to be sent by God
4.
a) the process of forming an opinion or evaluation by discerning and comparing
b) an opinion or estimate so formed
5.
a) the capacity for judging - discernment
b) the exercise of this capacity
6.
a proposition stating something believed or asserted sense
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
judgment (noun)
1.
a decision made by a court or tribunal regarding a case it has heard
SYNONYMS:
doom, finding, holding, judgment ( judgement), ruling
RELATED WORDS:
inquest, verdict; authority; decree, edict, injunction, order; arbitrament, award, declaration, deliverance, dictum, pronouncement; conclusion, decision, determination, opinion, resolution; discipline, penalty, punishment
judgment (noun)
2.
a position arrived at after consideration
SYNONYMS:
award, call, conclusion, deliverance, determination, diagnosis, judgment ( judgement), opinion, resolution, verdict
RELATED WORDS:
behest, charge, commandment, decree, dictate, directive, edict, instruction, mandate, order, word; last word, say-so; adjudication, disposition, doom, finding, ruling, sentence; choice, option, selection; consensus; belief, conviction, eye, feeling, mind, notion, persuasion, sentiment, view
NEAR ANTONYMS:
deadlock, draw, halt, stalemate, standoff, tie
judgment (noun)
3.
an idea that is believed to be true or valid without positive knowledge
SYNONYMS:
belief, conviction, eye, feeling, judgment ( judgement), mind, notion, persuasion, sentiment, verdict, view
RELATED WORDS:
say; impression, perception, take; attitude; assumption, presumption, presupposition; conclusion, decision, determination; deliverance, esteem, estimate, estimation; credence, credit, faith; concept, conception, idea, thought; position, stance, stand; comment, obiter dictum, observation, reflection, remark; conjecture, guess, hunch, hypothesis, surmise, theory; advice, input, recommendation, suggestion; angle, outlook, perspective, shoes, slant, standpoint, viewpoint; counterview
NEAR ANTONYMS:
fact, truth
judgment (noun)
4.
an opinion on the nature, character, or quality of something
SYNONYMS:
appraisal, appraisement, assessment, estimate, evaluation, fix, judgment ( judgement), value judgment
RELATED WORDS:
aperçu, feeling, impression, notion, perception; confidence, faith, stock, trust; belief, conviction, mind, persuasion, sentiment, view; conjecture, guess, hunch, hypothesis, surmise, theory
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