judiciously[ joo-dish-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF judiciously
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JUDICIOUSLY
Many of these have since been happily discharged or judiciously shelved.
"Nay, I would not have that," said Mistress Polly judiciously.
This pleased Joseph Little hugely, and he fostered it judiciously.
So bold, yet so judiciously you dare, That your least praise is to be regular.
The business of his life then was judiciously giving away his money.
I confess, she continued, judiciously, that I rather enjoy your plight.
"Folks does," he opined, judiciously after a profound interval.
She subdued, judiciously, the joy which had been in her voice.
"Well and judiciously remarked, Henrietta," replied the king, smiling.
If I had money I could spend it judiciously and without absurdity.
1590s, "having sound judgment," from Middle French judicieux (16c.), from Latin iudicium "judgment," from iudicem (see judge (v.)). Meaning "careful, prudent" is from c.1600. Related: Judiciously; judiciousness.