Examples from the Web for prudentially
Sigurd was cautious, prudentially cunctatory, though heartily friendly in his counsel to Olaf as to the King question.Early Kings of Norway|Thomas Carlyle
It involves a radical venture of the will in the interest of what is unseen and prudentially incalculable.Ethics|John Dewey and James Hayden Tufts
British Dictionary definitions for prudentially
Word Origin and History for prudentially
mid-15c., from Medieval Latin prudentialis, from Latin prudentia "a foreseeing, foresight" (see prudence). Related: Prudentially. Prudential, the U.S. insurance company, dates to the 1870s; its logo featuring the Rock of Gibraltar dates from c.1900 and was widely known 20c.