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I suspect that one of the underlying issues is that much of these discussions, the debates, the arguments, are couched in, I think what the philosophers call “prudential terms.”

Messina walked into the empty offices in the Prudential building in March 2011 with a single box of personal items.

Instead, they fought by proxy, like cold war superpowers trapped inside the so-called Prudential building.

Following the financial crisis, there was a shift in financial regulatory thinking toward so-called “macro-prudential” regulation.

Eisenhower was a prudential, common sense Republican, who loathed extremism and arrogant ignorance.

Bob Croaker was still at the school, and was, from prudential motives, a fast friend of Martin.

Boaz may be exhibited as a specimen of that prudential charity which should always regulate our distributions.

God willing, and the Prudential Committee at Boston approving, it was to be carried into effect the next spring.

Away from her he could remember the difference in their position, and prudential motives began to make themselves heard.

The cracker exercises his prudential care by always keeping hogs.

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On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to prudential, such as: cost-effective, efficient, practical, prudent, avaricious, and canny.

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

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