well-judged


adjective(well judged when postpositive)
  1. showing careful consideration or skill

Words Nearby well-judged

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How to use well-judged in a sentence

  • This well-judged and politic stroke on the part of Magua was not without instantaneous results.

    The Last of the Mohicans | James Fenimore Cooper
  • You have well judged, Seor; I thank you for that opinion, which is true.

    The Guide of the Desert | Gustave Aimard
  • You will never be well judged until you have a judicial caste, which is neither the Government, nor the world at large.

  • Some well-judged publications set the rights of the colonists in a plain but strong point of view.

  • It was well judged and well swung, but point would have been wiser than edge against that supple body and those active feet.

    Sir Nigel | Arthur Conan Doyle