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Not judgemental; avoiding moral judgements.‘it may well be the non-judgemental personality of a machine that motivates a child to persevere’‘plain, non-judgemental feedback’
unbiased, unprejudiced, prejudice-free, accepting, non-partisan, neutral, non-aligned, non-judgemental, non-discriminatory, anti-discrimination, objective, disinterested, dispassionate, detachedView synonyms
- ‘I'm not one myself, but I share their non-judgmental attitude towards the consumption of liquor.’
- ‘For this reason, it is helpful to consult an objective, non-judgemental counsellor.’
- ‘College students are rarely taught this directly, but they absorb it as part of the multiculturally tolerant, non-judgmental campus culture.’
- ‘We were rather pleased with ourselves, and our exemplary non-judgemental liberalism.’
- ‘They emphasised that CURA volunteers must be non-judgmental in their dealings with people and non-directive in their counselling.’
- ‘And she just had a respect for everyone and was the most non-judgmental, unselfish person you would ever meet.’
- ‘He seems laid-back, non-judgmental and empathetic in his discussion of the people involved in the underground; his tales are often without clear villains.’
- ‘Being open-minded, non-judgemental and empathetic are important prerequisites.’
- ‘He was completely non-judgmental of me, and his love for me was as close to unconditional as anything I've ever encountered.’
- ‘They seem to like having a captive ear, someone who's listening in a non-judgmental and receptive way.’
- ‘And I say this in a completely non-judgmental way.’
- ‘Verity Stob's humor is in the stoic British tradition of a Tony Hancock, fiercely moral but utterly non-judgemental.’
- ‘One girl said Shane had a wonderful, non-judgmental personality.’
- ‘Hence, those troubled teenagers should have access to services, which can provide a supportive, confidential, non-judgmental counselling environment.’
- ‘I think you ought to take a very accepting and non-judgemental attitude toward other people's singing.’
- ‘Doctors are bound to be non-judgemental, whether they share the same morals as the patient or not.’
- ‘The astrologer also needs to be rather open-minded, and certainly non-judgmental of people and their problems.’
- ‘She was very non-judgmental, she couldn't bear judgement of any kind.’
- ‘When it came time to sit in our circle and take turns airing our parenting gripes in a non-confrontational, non-judgmental manner, I quietly took my place on the floor.’
- ‘Our service is completely confidential and non-judgmental.’
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