Synonyms for Judged:

adj.

deliberate (adjective)
Schemed.
judged (adjective)
Arbitrated, determined, Assessed, decided, considered, pronounced.

n.

settled, found innocent, guilty.

v.

believed (verb)
credited, affirmed, supposed, professed, accepted, Believed, Assented, trusted, maintained, concluded, taken for granted, gathered, understood, Deemed, gave faith, assumed, declared, presumed, put faith in, given faith, took for granted, Surmised, held.
calculated (verb)
divided, added, plotted, Guessed, thought, Assessed, planned, valued, systematized, scheduled, multiplied, considered, Summed, Triangulated, totaled, Scored, Gauged, Computed, evaluated, Reckoned, studied, measured, estimated, Inferred, Tallied, Accounted, determined, Counted, Schemed, Deduced, Rated, Enumerated, rationalized, Approximated, figured, Appraised, Weighed, quantized, programmed, calculated, ranked, quantified.
chose (verb)
elected, Wished, favored, fancied, adopted, liked, Chose, Picked, selected, Espoused, preferred, chosen.
judged (verb)
mediated, refereed, found, Sentenced, pronounced, ruled, resolved, Adjudicated, Arbitrated, decided.
penalized (verb)
corrected, handicapped, encumbered, drew back, drawn back, punished, chastised, disciplined, penalized, deducted, Abated, forfeited, Discounted, burdened, fined.
punished (verb)
avenged, executed, chastened, Keelhauled, afflicted, tortured, Incarcerated, agonized, lambasted, Pilloried, tried, confined, Crucified, persecuted, anguished, Castigated, distressed, reprised, imprisoned.

Other synonyms:

guilty. Other relevant words:
settled, guilty.

Usage examples for Judged

  1. The Charpillon wanted to accompany them, but it was judged best that she should remain at liberty, in order to try and set them free." – The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons by Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
  2. But how will you look in that day when you shall be judged by what is written in this book?" – The History of England from the Accession of James II. Volume 1 (of 5) by Thomas Babington Macaulay
  3. Judged not by what he has done, but by years, the Doctor is almost a young man himself. – The Religious Life of London by J. Ewing Ritchie