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Sentence count:52+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-11-04Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: sensiblethoughtfulwell-advisedwiseAntonym: injudiciousSimilar words: judicialjudicial reviewofficioussuspiciouscapriciousprejudiceludicrouspreciousMeaning: [dʒuː'dɪʃəs]  adj. marked by the exercise of good judgment or common sense in practical matters. 
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1, We should listen to the judicious opinion of that old man.
2, The President authorizes the judicious use of military force to protect our citizens.
3, It is curable with judicious use of antibiotics.
4, Some dishes would be very bland without the judicious use of spices and other seasonings.
5, We should make judicious use of the resources available to us.
6, Yet a judicious use of some survey courses might paradoxically allow more depth in others.
7, Technical deficiencies may irritate, but judicious selection of a short sequence can provide useful evidential material.
8, A couple of judicious phone calls, and they had a more or less exact location: Eaglesham.
9, Originality is nothing by judicious imitation. The most original writers borrowed one from another. Voltaire 
10, Judicious negotiators will at this stage look to the future to assess likely changes in the balance of power.
11, You have to be very judicious about how you spend the taxpayers' money.
12, By judicious use of the more than adequate graphic, a wide variety of sounds can be accessed.
13, Graham gave us a judicious mixture of archive material of these railway systems and some modern photographs of survivals and restorations.
14, We seem to be interested in judicious use when we call rewards and punishments just or unjust and fair or unfair.
15, But a judicious combination of methods can effectively control pests for years on end.
16, Toby, leaving a judicious interval, strolled back towards the classrooms.
17, By this judicious purchase, the National Library has ensured the preservation of a significant cartographic collection for posterity.
18, From their judicious distance they watched in silence, with detached interest.
19, We must even be judicious when hiking though the outback, where objects sometimes call out for rescue.
20, At a key moment in his life,[] he made a judicious investment that was the foundation.
21, Some creasing is inevitable but it can be minimized by judicious stretching of the liner as the pool fills.
22, Where thick deposits of heat modified oil or fat have accumulated the judicious use of a scraper may be indicated.
23, And as for the gawping idiots - haven't you thought how useful a little judicious publicity could be?
24, The discount to the market could be eradicated by some judicious pruning.
25, Such amenorrhoea is associated with bone loss, and this can be prevented by the judicious use of cyclical hormones.
26, Secondly, the costs pressure can be greatly increased by a judicious payment into court.
27, On the following morning a whisky ration, provided by the judicious forethought of Gen.
28, The key is single variety wines, labelled by grape name, and the judicious use of oak.
29, High-ranking officers were only too willing to pay vastly inflated prices for a little judicious alteration and improvement to their standard uniforms.
30, Some Laboulbeniales even have so-called trigger organs to ensure judicious use of spores.
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