1, If you command wisely, you'll be obeyed cheerfully. Thomas Fuller
2, By investing wisely she accumulated a fortune.
3, wisely by/in ignoring such bad advice.
4, Our man had wisely decided to be picked up at the farm.
5, He decided very wisely to keep his money rather than spend it.
6, Sian had very wisely left the party before all the trouble started.
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9, The King ruled his people well and wisely.
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14, He wisely decided to tell the truth.
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16, They've invested their money wisely.
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19, Invest the money wisely.
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21, Read widely, think broadly, judge wisely. Dr T.P.Chia
22, To acquire wealth is difficult, to preserve it more difficult, but to spend it wisely most difficult of all.
23, Try to be objective if you want to spend your money wisely.
24, The minister was tasked with checking that British aid money was being spent wisely.
25, But not all the money, to put it mildly, has been used wisely.
26, The couple had the foresight to plan their retirement wisely.
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