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- n. One who, or that which, judges.
- n. A judgmental person (contrasted with perceiver as a personality type).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who judges.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who judges or forms a judicial or critical opinion; a judge.
The "judger" mindset reacts with evaluative thinking: What's wrong with this person?
I used to do it, I used to be a "judger," but then I studied abroad in Prague in college.
But one thing we all know for sure: we'd rather be the judger than the judgee.
That's twice JT has been prejudged to be a pre-judger.
What did the observer/judger mouth in the boat commercial?
According to the Keirsey Temperament Sorter he is a counsellor-idealist, which also corresponds with the introvert-intuitive-feeler -- judger type of the Myers-Briggs personality test.
Characterizing someone as an introvert or extravert, as a sensor or intuitive, as a thinker or feeler, or as a judger or perceiver, has no moral weight.
In rebuilding my spirit I found I was a tremendous people-pleaser, judger and controller.
This is arrogance, Mendelssohn argues, because not only is it assuming the role of God as the judger of souls, but it is assuming that the doctrinal conclusions that the Church at the time held to were the correct ones despite there being no 100% accurate way of proving their authority.
Because I've never heard of a biologist claiming that humanity is the "height" of evolution, and even if one did, that would be preposterous--evolution has no end "goal," no highest form, no conscious planner or judger to measure whether humanity, or any species, is on the "right" track.