Advantage and Judgment


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Advantage noun – The more favorable condition or position in a competition.
Judgment and advantage are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Judgment" instead a noun "Advantage".
Nearby Words: advantaged, advantageous, advantageously, advantaging
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Judgment noun – A decision made by a court or tribunal regarding a case it has heard.
Advantage and judgment are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Advantage" instead a noun "Judgment".
Nearby Words: judge, judged, judgement, judgmental, judging
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  • Castlevania: Judgment was praised for its music, if not other things, and it took advantage of its fighting game setup to associate its characters with various themes from the series.
  • This is all the more egregious considering that Eye of Judgment is essentially a trading card game, where even a slight mana or attack advantages compound over time to give the abusing side an enormous advantage.
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