other words for provident
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To each division was assigned, with provident forethought, its exact part.
He continued these provident courses for nine long years, always banking his accretions with scrupulous care.
There is nothing touches a parent, and such I am to Jack, so nearly as a provident conduct.
Some of the provident ones collect one or two hundred tons of natural hay against the severities of winter.
We saw in the last lecture that Prometheus was called the Provident,—the pro-metheus being a looking forward.
And at this moment, the provident and rapid generalship of Edward had moved up one of his heavy bombards.
The thriftless and drunkards were always 'advance men, but the provident miners hated it and only dealt there on compulsion'.
Borrow of them that have been provident, and so are better off, in this distress, than me?
In a fiscal point of view I cannot then for my life think it a wise or provident measure.
He owed his crops less to intelligent cultivation of the soil than to provident Nature in a new and untilled country.
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