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synonyms for prudential

  • cost-effective
  • efficient
  • practical
  • prudent
  • avaricious
  • canny
  • chary
  • circumspect
  • close
  • closefisted
  • curmudgeonly
  • frugal
  • meager
  • mean
  • methodical
  • miserly
  • money-saving
  • on the rims
  • parsimonious
  • penny-pinching
  • penny-wise
  • penurious
  • provident
  • saving
  • scrimping
  • skimping
  • spare
  • sparing
  • stingy
  • thrifty
  • tight
  • time-saving
  • unwasteful
  • watchful
  • work-saving
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antonyms for prudential

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  • inefficient
  • careless
  • uncareful
  • uneconomical
  • unreasonable
  • wasteful
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How to use prudential in a sentence

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.”
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Bob Croaker was still at the school, and was, from prudential motives, a fast friend of Martin.
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Boaz may be exhibited as a specimen of that prudential charity which should always regulate our distributions.
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God willing, and the Prudential Committee at Boston approving, it was to be carried into effect the next spring.
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Away from her he could remember the difference in their position, and prudential motives began to make themselves heard.
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The cracker exercises his prudential care by always keeping hogs.
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He showed that such a declaration was inconsistent with no principle of public law, and forbidden by no prudential consideration.
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So saying, my Uncle Jack threw himself upon me, and squeezed out of breath the prudential demur that was rising to my lips.
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The latter activities may be prudential, political, scientific, economic.
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Much edification is in them, and yet they are but prudential maxims after all.
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