Definition of judgements:
Synonyms for judgements:
Indeed he went so far as to say " eliminate dates and facts" by which, of course, he only meant that the power of reasoning, the power of forming judgements is of far more consequence than the mere possession of any quantity of facts and dates.- "The Child Under Eight", E.R. Murray and Henrietta Brown Smith.
A few years later- 1594- Chapman refers to Shakespeare as " judgements butcher," and later still, in 1598, Florio in his dedication of the Worlde of Wordes, and, in 1600, Ben Jonson in Every Man out of his Humour, also refer satirically to the supposed fact that Shakespeare's father was a butcher.- "Shakespeare's Lost Years in London, 1586-1592", Arthur Acheson.
- "The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning", Hugh Binning.