wise to

ADJECTIVE
  1. evidencing the possession of inside information
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How To Use wise to In A Sentence

  • Last April I wrote a column that suggested it was unwise to try to load the .45 Colt to levels approaching the .44 Magnum.
  • That may seem unthinkable now, but it is wise to plan for complications. Times, Sunday Times
  • Wooden legs bristling in every direction from under his arms, he moved crabwise towards the side door. DEATH IN FASHION
  • It's wise to take a fully charged spare battery with you.
  • Despite the various uncertainties surrounding it, it would be unwise to rule out this possibility.
  • 'Tis wise to learn; 'tis God-like to create
  • It is wise to examine all the options and then make a commitment to one area of expertise and master it.
  • Fold the sleeves in half lengthwise to find the center and mark a line along the fold.
  • It is wise to seek help and counsel as soon as possible.
  • Thinking ahead, we might be wise to build the new factory now before prices rise again.
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