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wisely

[ wahyz-lee ]
/ ˈwaɪz li /
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adverb
in a way that shows good sense or judgment; prudently: In taking good care of our health, we have to be well-informed and wisely cautious.
in a way that shows depth of discernment or understanding; insightfully: Albert Einstein wisely observed that we can't solve today's problems with the same thinking that created those problems.
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