judgmatically

judg·mat·ic

 (jŭj-măt′ĭk) also judg·mat·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
adj.
Judicious.

[Perhaps judg(ment) + (dog)matic.]

judg·mat′i·cal·ly adv.
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judgmatically

(ˌdʒʌdʒˈmætɪkəlɪ)
adv
in the manner of a judge
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And as for going as cook, -- though I confess there is considerable glory in that, a cook being a sort of officer on ship-board --yet, somehow, I never fancied broiling fowls; --though once broiled, judiciously buttered, and judgmatically salted and peppered, there is no one who will speak more respectfully, not to say reverentially, of a broiled fowl than I will.
"The Turtle is harder-backed, but not so gay," he said judgmatically. "The Frog, my name-bearer, is more gay, but not so hard.