An adjective describing a person or their general attitude when they profoundly believe their own reality is the only one, or primary one, in existence, resulting in constant judgement of others (as opposed to 'being judgemental' where one consciously draws a judgement on a particular subject).
"After her colleagues finally started having babies of their own, the only way for such a judgy person to preserve any semblance of friendship was to learn to hold her tongue."
作者 Luan Williams 2009年7月23日
(Adj)-used to describe a person (most people) who has strong negative opinions on many things;judgmental
Kirstin was being so judgy when she turned down a date with the guy in glasses because she assumed he would be a dork.
作者 chelfab 2008年5月28日

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