[ UK /d‍ʒuːdˈɪʃəs/ ]
[ US /dʒuˈdɪʃəs/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. marked by the exercise of good judgment or common sense in practical matters
    judicious use of one's money
    a wise decision
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How To Use judicious In A Sentence

  • But judicious," Natalenko squeaked, in the high eunuchoid voice that came so incongruously from his bulk. Lone Star Planet
  • The curators were judicious in their selection of authors for the exhibition catalogue.
  • Therefore the learning of many languages is injudicious, inasmuch as it arouses the belief in the possession of dexterity, and, as a matter of fact, it lends a kind of delusive importance to social intercourse. Esperanto: Hearings before the Committee on Education
  • The only exciting thing that happened all day was when the top came off the scaffolding tower, unbalanced by about a hundredweight of slate which had been injudiciously stacked all on the same side of its centre of gravity.
  • After some judicious pruning, trim the rootball to size with your shovel and tilt the tree into the hole.
  • Then, this state of nerves is most frequently to be relieved by care in affording them a pleasant view, a judicious variety as to flowers, * and pretty things. Notes on Nursing: What It Is, and What It Is Not
  • Low yields are key, as is selecting the right yeast and the judicious use of oak fermentation and ageing. Times, Sunday Times
  • In ordinary life it is rare indeed for people to form their beliefs by a process of logical deduction from facts ascertained by a rigorous search for all available evidence and a judicious assessment of its probative value.
  • Chapter VI. that the use of metallic copper in the construction of acetylene apparatus is not permissible or judicious, because the gas is liable to form therewith an explosive compound known as copper acetylide; it might seem, therefore, that the employment of a copper salt for purification courts accident. Acetylene, the Principles of Its Generation and Use
  • Maybe it is time that Taiwan's intellectuals step forward and launch another newspaper boycott - as was the case 10 years ago when the United Daily News injudiciously printed stories that appeared to be designed to stir up fear in Taiwan.
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