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prudently

[ prood-nt-lee ]
/ ˈprud nt li /
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adverb
in a wise, judicious, discreet, or careful manner:Donors want their charitable gifts to be invested prudently and managed professionally.For the moment, scientists are prudently refraining from making sweeping assertions, insisting on the need for further research.
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OTHER WORDS FROM prudently

non·pru·dent·ly, adverbpre·pru·dent·ly, adverbun·pru·dent·ly, adverb
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