The education could start—slowly and judiciously—in high school, in the same way students now learn about sex and hygiene.
It is judiciously salted with a toasty herbal twist—more about comfort than culinary pyrotechnics.
We owe it to our young and vulnerable patients to use these medications sparingly and judiciously.
Always enjoyed his judiciously meted acid attacks on talk shows and political debates.
He will attain his end if he judiciously uses the triple forces of fear, greediness, and habit.
The business of his life then was judiciously giving away his money.
Mr. Williams judiciously keeping to generals; and it was an elegant and sensible discourse, as my master said.
I confess, she continued, judiciously, that I rather enjoy your plight.
I knew him; and I knew he would rather break his neck than back down, if I egged him on judiciously.
"Well and judiciously remarked, Henrietta," replied the king, smiling.
1590s, "having sound judgment," from Middle French judicieux (16c.), from Latin iudicium "judgment," from iudicem (see judge (v.)). Meaning "careful, prudent" is from c.1600. Related: Judiciously; judiciousness.