Synonyms of judgement in English:

judgement


See UK English definition of judgement

noun

1‘the incident showed the extent to which his temper could affect his judgement’

SYNONYMS
discernment, acumen, shrewdness, astuteness, common sense, good sense, sense, perception, perspicacity, percipience, penetration, acuity, discrimination, wisdom, wit, native wit, judiciousness, prudence, sagacity, understanding, intelligence, awareness, canniness, sharpness, sharp-wittedness, cleverness, powers of reasoning, reason, logic
informal nous, savvy, know-how, horse sense, gumption, grey matter
British informal common
North American informal smarts
rare sapience, arguteness

2‘a county-court judgement’

SYNONYMS
verdict, decision, adjudication, ruling, pronouncement, decree, finding, conclusion, determination
sentence

3‘the critical judgement of work by artists and designers’

SYNONYMS
assessment, evaluation, appraisal
review, analysis, criticism, critique

4‘the crash had been a judgement on them for their wickedness’

SYNONYMS
punishment, retribution, penalty
just deserts

Phrases

    against one's better judgement


    SYNONYMS
    reluctantly, unwillingly, grudgingly, under protest
    despite oneself
    in my judgement

    ‘in my judgement, such things should be forbidden’


    SYNONYMS
    in my opinion, to my mind, in my view, to my way of thinking, I believe, I think, as I see it, if you ask me, personally, in my book, for my money, in my estimation