in a way that shows good judgment or discernment; wisely or prudently:Food labels are required for a reason, and I use them judiciously to avoid chemicals and ingredients I don't want in my body.
- o·ver·ju·di·cious·ly, adverb
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How to use judiciously in a sentence
At the same time, it seems regulators are very amenable to new approaches, but we just have to do it judiciously.AI and data fuel innovation in clinical trials and beyond | MIT Technology Review Insights | October 6, 2022 | MIT Technology Review
We also believe that our tax code must be applied fairly and judiciously.House Dems seek IRS review of anti-LGBTQ organization’s tax status | Chris Johnson | August 3, 2022 | Washington Blade
Wells said his hospital, like others, has had a big increase in requests for antibody tests in recent weeks, although he recommends to his colleagues that they use them judiciously.Antibody tests can’t give answers you want about covid-19 immunity. | Michael Ollove | October 17, 2021 | Washington Post
Besides ensuring your target keywords are sprinkled judiciously and naturally throughout your content title, URL, subheadings, and paras.On-page SEO: a handy checklist to tick off in 2021 and beyond | Gaurav Belani | March 11, 2021 | Search Engine Watch
“We work as judiciously as possible, but we also prioritize active student participation in this process,” Everett-Haynes wrote.College Students Are Learning Hard Lessons About Anti-Cheating Software | Kara Grant | November 30, 2020 | Voice of San Diego
Narcotic pain medications, used judiciously, can be an important tool in treating patients in legitimate need.
It is judiciously salted with a toasty herbal twist—more about comfort than culinary pyrotechnics.Charlottesville Is Swimming in Finger Lickin’ Gas Station Fried Chicken | Jane & Michael Stern | May 26, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
We owe it to our young and vulnerable patients to use these medications sparingly and judiciously.Why Giving Adderall to Toddlers Is So Completely, Utterly Wrong | Russell Saunders | May 19, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
He still runs out of the pocket, but now he picks his spots more judiciously.Robert Griffin III Takes Professional Football by Storm | Allen Barra | December 3, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
The Obama administration should not only react judiciously, it should also try to persuade Congress not to overreact either.
Nor could it be pretended that William had bestowed his favours less judiciously than Charles and James.The History of England from the Accession of James II. | Thomas Babington Macaulay
Look at the statues judiciously placed about the public gardens, streets, and squares!Friend Mac Donald | Max O'Rell
However, a word into an inspector's ear and a few judiciously given roubles were powerful enough to gain him a passage.Michael Strogoff | Jules Verne
Bacon has judiciously observed that the axiomata media of every science principally constitute its value.A System of Logic: Ratiocinative and Inductive | John Stuart Mill
History accordingly does, when judiciously examined, afford Empirical Laws of Society.A System of Logic: Ratiocinative and Inductive | John Stuart Mill