well-advised

[ wel-uh d-vahyzd ]SEE DEFINITION OF well-advised

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"You are well-advised," said I, when the rogue returned and handed me the ducats.

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

I was well-advised to do so, for my success was in inverse ratio to my hopes.

Enjoyment is greatest when it is incidental to some well-advised quest.

Determining that I should be well-advised to sleep on the problem, I presently turned in.

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

The two men parted on good terms; and perhaps Gillam's complaisance was well-advised.

This statement of a well-advised writer is curious and interesting to any student of the real West.

A sudden and well-advised bloodshed is often sure to issue in a peace which saves greater misery.

Within the enclosure of Chautauqua one does not drink at all; and I infer that this regulation is well-advised.

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