jubilation, n. 1. exultation, triumph, jubilance, jubilancy; overjoyedness, elatedness, elation, exhilaration, excitement, high spirits; ecstasy, euphoria, delirium, rhapsody, rapturousness, rapture, transport, ravishment; joy, joyousness, joyfulness, jollity, jolliness, bliss, blissfulness, delight, delightedness, happiness, gladness, pleasure; gayness, glee, gleefulness, cheer, cheeriness, cheerfulness, merriness, mirth, mirthfulness, blitheness, blithesomeness, buoyancy, lightheartedness.
2. celebration, jubilee, festivity, festivities, fete, carnival, gala, merrymaking, merriment, rejoicing, victory party; jamboree, charivari, Inf. shivaree, Inf shindig, Inf. do, SI. bash, SI. wing-ding, SI. blowout.
jubilee, n. 1. celebration, commemoration, observance; jubilation, exultation, rejoicing, merriment, merrymaking, conviviality; festival, fete, carnival, festivity, party, gala; jamboree, charivari, Inf. shivaree, Inf. shindig, Inf. do, SI. bash, SI. wing-ding, SI. blowout; revelry, revels, carousal, wassail.
2. holiday, holy day, red letter day, feast day; anniversary, birthday, Fr. anniversaire; centennial, centenary, bicentennial, Chiefly Brit, bicentenary,
judge, n. 1. justice, magistrate, judicator, adjudicator, U.S. surrogate, Inf. his Honor, Islam, mullah, cadi; justice of the peace, Inf. J.P., circuit judge, Inf. circuit rider, judge of probate, police court judge, Supreme Court judge, Chief Justice; (collectively) judiciary.
2. arbiter, arbitrator, mediator, moderator, censor, umpire, Inf. ump, referee, Inf. ref, linesman.
3. connoisseur, virtuoso, one of the cognoscenti; crit ic, reviewer, appraiser, evaluator, assessor, Latin, arbiter elegantiae. -v. 4. adjudge, adjudicate, referee, Inf. ref, umpire, Inf. ump; rule, find, hold, Sports, call; pass sentence, give a verdict, pronounce a verdict, settle, decree.
5. hear evidence, hear arguments, consider, regard, examine; investigate, appraise, diagnose, review, survey, value, assess, size up, weigh, measure, gauge; try, test, Inf. test-drive.
6. think, reckon, conclude, determine, deduce, believe, form an opinion; interpret, gather, figure out, ascertain, perceive, derive, glean; deem, decide, decide upon, make a judgment, resolve; referee, mediate, arbitrate, umpire.
7. estimate, make an estimate, guess, surmise, infer, conjecture, suppose, assume, suspect.
judgment, n. 1. decision, judicial decision, opinion, official opinion, adjudication, ruling, finding, verdict, decree, award, call; determination, resolution, outcome, upshot, result, penalty.
2. punishment, fate, doom, misfortune; condemnation, conviction, damnation, proscription, sentence, Inf. rap; death sentence, death warrant.
3. judging ability, discernment, discretion, prudence; wisdom, judiciousness, sagacity, clearheadedness, perspicacity, sense, good sense, common sense, levelheadedness, Inf. street sense; shrewdness, sharpness of mind, acumen; intelligence, brains, reasoning power, Inf. gray matter; understanding, penetration, perception, grasp; savoir faire, Inf. know-how, discrimination, taste, virtuosity, artistic taste, connoisseurship, aesthetic discernment.
4. All Law. monetary judgment, obligation, debt, judgment debt, damages, Inf. the damage, Inf. tariff.
judicial, adj. 1. judiciary, judicatory, juridical, juridic, juristic, jurisdictive, legal, forensic.
2. judgelike, magisterial, Rare, magistral.
3. critical, discriminative, discriminating, differentiating, distinguishing, disjunctive, analytical; discerning, perceptive, perspicacious, percipient, keen.
4. decreed, sanctioned, ordained, ordered, commanded, dictated, pronounced, proclaimed; decided, determined, adjudicated, settled.