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adjective as in acting prudently

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Cardwell might have been well advised to read up on the entire enterprise.

He says he will not “try to speak for women,” a well-advised choice since he is, in fact, still a dude.

And he should be well advised to remember that Russia already lost the Cold War.

But you are well advised not to try to mention such things to a civil libertarian.

He suggested that the way things were going, his colleagues would be well advised to hone their own combat skills.

Of these Napoleon was well advised, but Bernadotte was too cunning to allow himself to be compromised absolutely.

"I was well advised in not making you my confidant sooner, if this is how you take it," cried Miss Chressham angrily.

The well-advised saleswoman will have interests outside of her work.

People are seldom well advised if they do work of this kind in isolation.

Advis′atory (rare); Advised′, cautious: deliberate, as in well-advised and ill-advised.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to well-advised, such as: intelligent, judicious, prudent, sensible, smart, and wise.

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