Definition of Sound judgement

1. Noun. The capacity to assess situations or circumstances shrewdly and to draw sound conclusions.

Exact synonyms: Judgement, Judgment, Perspicacity, Sound Judgment
Generic synonyms: Trait
Specialized synonyms: Objectiveness, Objectivity, Subjectiveness, Subjectivity
Derivative terms: Judgmental



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sound Judgement

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sound boxes
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sound card
sound cards
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sound effect
sound effects
sound energy
sound engineer
sound engineering
sound film
sound hole
sound holes
sound judgement (current term)
sound judgment
sound law
sound localization
sound off
sound out
sound perception
sound pollution
sound pressure
sound pressure level
sound projection
sound property
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sound recording
sound reflection

Literary usage of Sound judgement

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1. The Book of the Church by Robert Southey (1825)
"... of fine person and upright intentions, who possessed the most dangerous of all endowments, when unaccompanied with sound judgement,...a ready eloquence. ..."

2. The Book of the Church by Robert Southey (1825)
"... of fine person and upright intentions, who possessed the most dangerous of all endowments, when unaccompanied with sound judgement,...a ready eloquence. ..."

3. History of Greece: I. Legendary Greece. II. Grecian History to the Reign of by George Grote (1854)
"Kleon displayed sound judgement and decision, and was one of the essential causes of the success. be ultimately slain or made prisoners. ..."

4. Sermons by Robert Bruce, Robert Wodrow, William Cunningham (1843)
"the retreat when we should sound the march, nor we man not sound the march when we should sound the retreat; we man not sound judgement when the Lord ..."

5. Philosophical Essays Presented to John Watson by John Watson (1922)
"The highest occupation of man is the use of intellect, and this is shown in sound judgement. Drawing is to be studied because it produces sound judgement of ..."

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