judicious

[ joo-dish-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF judicious

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JUDICIOUS

We have already observed that the selection of this name was judicious in more than one relation.

They are so unbusinesslike, we could make them do anything by judicious management.

Captain Elkhanah poured himself a judicious dose from the bottle.

All this showed his judicious foresight, his faith in the future.

"Yes—you had to win the basketball game," he nodded with a judicious appreciation.

He said that he might make a large fortune by a judicious course of trading.

There's nothin' like judicious advertisin' in this mooseum business.

The emperor's choice of persons for his purpose had been judicious.

"Fuller has the right idea," said Morey, looking at Fuller with a judicious eye.

I believe that I owe my life to your judicious direction of it.

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