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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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I shall throw myself upon the power 'who providently caters for the sparrows' after that.
He can barely mean, that a condition of drowsihead is other than providently warned by laughter of friends.
In this nest the rain never troubles him, for he very providently drills the entrance on the under side of the limb.
WAYS OF WOOD FOLKWILLIAM J. LONG
But, she would wait till daylight, if need were; and she pulled out a crust, with which she had providently supplied herself.
HALF A LIFE-TIME AGOELIZABETH GASKELL
His supply of salted fish, with other provisions he had providently gathered, sustained him.
THE HEIR TO GRAND PRJOHN FREDERIC HERBIN
He that doth the ravens feed, / Yea, providently caters for the sparrow, / Be comfort to my age.
You're supposed to be the man who feeds the ravens and providently caters for the sparrows, you know.
QUISANTANTHONY HOPE
Nature hasn't provided as providently for the human grub as for the insect one.
THE PURPLE HEIGHTSMARIE CONWAY OEMLER
So she told her scheme to Vidúshaka, and providently gave him her ring, and then disappeared at the close of the night.
THE KATH SARIT SGARASOMADEVA BHATTA
There they remained till the 10th, and must have famished, had they not providently found some salt fish upon the island.

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pecuniaryadjective | [pi-kyoo-nee-er-ee ]SEE DEFINITION