1 definition by Linguistic Larry

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To make a judgement about an object's inherent worth, true or not.
In linguistics, a value-added judgement is to say that some languages are better than others, or that some are more beautiful than others. (Beauty is in the ear of the beholder.)
by Linguistic Larry June 06, 2004
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