chose (part of speech: verb)
judged (part of speech: verb)
calculated (part of speech: verb)
guessed, rationalized, summed, quantized, approximated, studied, quantified, deduced, added, divided, reckoned, tallied, weighed, calculated, planned, thought, estimated, evaluated, schemed, enumerated, scheduled, determined, measured, plotted, totaled, gauged, programmed, figured, considered, appraised, valued, scored, triangulated, inferred, accounted, assessed, rated, computed, counted, multiplied, systematized, ranked
believed (part of speech: verb)
declared, taken for granted, assented, gave faith, gathered, supposed, credited, assumed, put faith in, accepted, presumed, given faith, maintained, affirmed, understood, took for granted, professed, trusted, held, concluded, believed, surmised, deemed
penalized (part of speech: verb)
punished (part of speech: verb)
confined, imprisoned, agonized, persecuted, pilloried, incarcerated, chastened, executed, tortured, anguished, crucified, keelhauled, reprised, castigated, lambasted, tried, avenged, afflicted, distressed
- Rick judged him to be about forty years old. - "The Golden Skull", John Blaine.
- She judged Dic by herself, and feared she had made a mistake. - "A Forest Hearth: A Romance of Indiana in the Thirties", Charles Major.
- " Yes, I might have judged that from 'Miss Cut- up, '" Mr. Rooney answered her with a blow straight from his shoulder. - "Blue-grass and Broadway", Maria Thompson Daviess.