1. refraining from making judgments especially ones based on personal opinions or standards
    sympathetic and nonjudgmental
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How To Use nonjudgmental In A Sentence

  • Mr. Rogers has sidestepped this potential aesthetic booby trap by installing everything in the 19th-century manner — paintings "skied" on the walls, and sculpture filling the gallery as it would have been seen in its own day — a nonjudgmental approach that simply treats the work as part of our art and cultural history. The MFA's New Art of the Americas Wing . . .
  • While this appears selfish it is also something that can be understood in a nonjudgmental way. Times, Sunday Times
  • Charles is a musician and an inveterate computer freak who was - is - broadly liberal and nonjudgmental in a laid-back musicianly sort of way.
  • sympathetic and nonjudgmental
  • Though reportorial and detailed, they took a nonjudgmental stance toward their generally nonviolent subjects.
  • But most people are not taught to speak of it in a way that comes across as nonjudgmental love. Christianity Today
  • Christ's teachings so specifically preach the virtues of compassion and love and humility and nonjudgmentalism - to see Christians behaving so antithetically toward the teachings of Christ, I'm really offended by it.
  • Ifwe miss anything about the regular phone, I think it's thepsychoanalyst's trick it employed: you're lying on a couch facing thewall, imagining nonjudgmental empathy from someone you can't see.
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