judgement (n.) Old form(s): iudgement, iudgements
opinion, estimation, assessment
AW I.ii.61[King to Bertram] younger spirits ... whose judgements are / Mere fathers of their garments [i.e. their best opinions are about their clothes]
Ham III.ii.96[Hamlet to Horatio] we will both our judgements join
KL I.i.151[Kent to Lear] Answer my life my judgement [i.e. I stake my life on my opinion]
KL I.iv.57[Third Knight to Lear] to my judgement your highness is not entertained ... as you were wont
R3 III.iv.43[Derby to all, of the coronation] Tomorrow, in my judgement, is too sudden
Sonn.131.12[] Thy black is fairest in my judgement's place
TG IV.iv.148[disguised Julia to Silvia, of Julia] She, in my judgement, was as fair as you
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