OTHER WORDS FOR judicious
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OTHER WORDS FROM judiciousju·di·cious·ly, adverbju·di·cious·ness, nouno·ver·ju·di·cious, adjectiveo·ver·ju·di·cious·ness, noun
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How to use judicious in a sentence
Only rarely should they be aided by the judicious use of special military units, such as the SEALS, who are trained and designed to strike and get out.
In learning this, you may realize that you are placing too much of a marketing budget on one page when judicious use of keywords on another may yield greater results.Four ways to use your website data to discover missed sales opportunities|Joe Dawson|March 22, 2021|Search Engine Watch
If your ultimate destination is the moon and onward to Mars, this makes a lot of sense because you can much more easily refuel at judicious locations along the way than build a new rocket.SpaceX Starship Prototype Exploded, but It’s Still a Giant Leap Towards Mars|Hugh Hunt|December 17, 2020|Singularity Hub
On Sunday, the show lost its judicious leader, Alex Trebek, who died at age 80 after a battle with cancer.Remembering Alex Trebek, The Man With All The Answers|Oliver Roeder|November 9, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
We are going to be very judicious about the use of that video, mindful that its continued use turns it into wallpaper.Should TV News Show Elliot Rodger’s ‘Retribution’ Video?|Lloyd Grove|May 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And if Obama has recently sounded like a paragon of judicious oversight, the actions of his administration belie his words.The Domestic Spying of Hoover’s FBI Is an Eerie Prequel to the NSA’s Snooping Today|Betty Medsger|March 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
At a brisk, 90 minutes, Gravity is a master class not just in technical achievement, but in judicious editing.And the Best Picture Oscar Goes to… ‘12 Years A Slave,’ ‘Gravity,’ or ‘American Hustle?’|Kevin Fallon, Marlow Stern|March 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Boyd is so judicious, both about the life and work, so utterly conscientious, that he sees every episode in the round.
That means being resolute but judicious about the use of force.Chuck Hagel’s Experience as a Soldier Uniquely Qualifies Him to Head Defense|Matt Pottinger|January 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The cultivation, though not always judicious, is generally thorough, there being no lack of hands nor of good will.Glances at Europe|Horace Greeley
I hurried home, Tom and I composed a careful and judicious p. 47letter.
The plan was judicious, and executed in a manner that does great honor both to the general and the troops.
His poultry, equally with his horses, could have testified to the judicious attention which he bestowed upon them.
He at once despatched judicious instructions to his officers in Scotland and on the Borders.King Robert the Bruce|A. F. Murison