Definition of judicious
: having, exercising, or characterized by sound judgment judicious investments a judicious decision
Examples of judicious in a Sentence
judicious use of our resources
Judicious planning now can prevent problems later.
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But until now, Game of Thrones has always been pretty judicious about the famous faces that actually appear on the show.
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But freedoms come with responsibilities, and, on occasion, some judicious self-restraint.
Based on the uninspired performance of the rap group, judicious members of the capacity audience of 3,000 elected to decline the offer.
Judicious knife work yields a thick portion of mousse with a thin layer of citrus, perfect for the sourdough toast that accompanies the dish.
A few judicious snips here and there helps keep more vigorous plants from overwhelming their less vigorous neighbors.
The pacing could be tightened in places and some judicious editing would provide more heft and concision to the second act’s celebration of overcoming adveristy.
Holtmann has helped make the program’s transition to the Big East appear nearly seamless, the product of savvy evaluation and judicious selection of transfers.
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Definition of judicious for English Language Learners
: having or showing good judgment
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