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1. It would be prudent to save some of the money.
2. It is always prudent to start any exercise programme gradually at first.
3. That was a prudent decision.
4. A prudent traveller never disparages his own country.
5. She deemed it prudent not to say anything.
6. We thought it prudent to telephone first.
7. A prudent man saves part of his wages.
8. Being a prudent and cautious person, you realise that the problem must be resolved.
9. It might be more prudent to get a second opinion before going ahead.
10. A prudent builder should forecast how long the stuff is like to last.
11. It might be prudent to get a virus detector for the network.
12. It's prudent to take a thick coat in cold weather when you go out.
13. As his namesake he is tolerant, prudent and generous.
14. An informed public would prefer prudent, deliberative management.
15. It wasn't prudent for him to have more.
16. Guillaume, a careful and prudent man, was quietly appalled.
17. It is still prudent to re-condition bought materials.
18. The ordinary prudent man standard was applied not withstanding.
19. When your overtures are misconstrued, the prudent course is sometimes to apologise and withdraw.
20. But rendering attention to these vexing questions is prudent and the right thing to do.
21. It would be prudent for architects to confirm that the planning officers have the delegated authority to express an opinion.
22. I thought it prudent at this point to remain mute.
23. If Mr Moynihan is prudent, he will already be thinking ahead to the World Cup of 1994.
23. Sentencedict.com is a sentence dictionary, on which you can find good sentences for a large number of words.
24. If that means delay, so be it; prudent decision making takes time.
25. The prudent ratio depends very much on how banks see their requirements for liquidity changing in the near future.
26. It is therefore prudent for theologians to ponder the relation of their work to the world of modern science.
27. The president of the Republic oscillated between a certain audacity and a prudent realism.
28. Externally imposed short-term alterations of this kind in the assessment of GRE clearly undermine prudent housekeeping by local government.
29. To increase knowledge about alcohol so that future alcohol use can be more informed and therefore more prudent. 2.
30. He is concerned with the well-being of every citizen, and is a kind, prudent, generous man.
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