judging

Crisis vs Judging - What's the difference?

crisis | judging |


As nouns the difference between crisis and judging

is that crisis is a crucial or decisive point or situation; a turning point while judging is the act of making a judgment.

As a verb judging is

.

Reproof vs Judging - What's the difference?

reproof | judging |


As nouns the difference between reproof and judging

is that reproof is act or instance of reproving; a rebuke while judging is the act of making a judgment.

As verbs the difference between reproof and judging

is that reproof is to proof again while judging is .

Judging vs Justification - What's the difference?

judging | justification |


As nouns the difference between judging and justification

is that judging is the act of making a judgment while justification is a reason, explanation, or excuse which provides convincing, morally acceptable support for behavior or for a belief or occurrence.

As a verb judging

is .

Assessing vs Judging - What's the difference?

assessing | judging |


As verbs the difference between assessing and judging

is that assessing is while judging is .

As nouns the difference between assessing and judging

is that assessing is action of the verb to assess ; assessment while judging is the act of making a judgment.

Judging vs Correcting - What's the difference?

judging | correcting |


As verbs the difference between judging and correcting

is that judging is while correcting is .

As a noun judging

is the act of making a judgment.

Judging vs Perspicacious - What's the difference?

judging | perspicacious | Related terms |

Judging is a related term of perspicacious.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between judging and perspicacious

is that judging is (obsolete) while perspicacious is (obsolete) able to physically see clearly; quick-sighted; sharp-sighted.

As a verb judging

is .

As a noun judging

is the act of making a judgment.

As an adjective perspicacious is

(figuratively) of acute discernment; having keen insight; mentally perceptive.

Judging vs Guilty - What's the difference?

judging | guilty |


As nouns the difference between judging and guilty

is that judging is the act of making a judgment while guilty is (legal) a plea by a defendant who does not contest a charge.

As a verb judging

is .

As an adjective guilty is

responsible for a dishonest act.

Describing vs Judging - What's the difference?

describing | judging |


As verbs the difference between describing and judging

is that describing is while judging is .

As a noun judging is

the act of making a judgment.

Judging vs Questioning - What's the difference?

judging | questioning |


As verbs the difference between judging and questioning

is that judging is while questioning is .

As nouns the difference between judging and questioning

is that judging is the act of making a judgment while questioning is the action of asking questions; a survey; an inquiry.

As an adjective questioning is

characterized by questions, inquisitiveness, doubt or wonder.

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