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  • adj. judicious

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Judicious; skilful; done with or manifesting good judgment.

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Examples

  • “That’s what I call judgmatical,” old Mike shouted, with a voice that rivalled cannon; “whoever thought of that deserves three epulets, one on each shoulder and one upon his head.

    Springhaven

  • "That's what I call judgmatical," old Mike shouted, with a voice that rivalled cannon; "whoever thought of that deserves three epulets, one on each shoulder and one upon his head.

    Springhaven : a Tale of the Great War

  • "And I'll speak my mind, Captain Dunsack; it's this -- your girls are a long sight too good for you or for any other judgmatical, psalm-singing devil dodger."

    Java Head

  • Thus tardily made to realise into what perils his fancy was leading him, he checked and weighed her question with his answer, gravely judgmatical.

    The Day of Days An Extravaganza

  • A judgmatical rider can help a great deal by the delicacy of his riding and the skill with which he uses his reins.

    The Mountains

  • His lordship -- a handsome, saturnine man, cool, insolently polite, and plentifully endowed with the judgmatical daring that is the necessary equipment of a society libertine -- counseled patience, toleration, even silent recognition of Anstruther's undoubted claims for services rendered.

    The Wings of the Morning

  • If you do not think the letters 'judgmatical,' send them back to me, and suggest a better course.

    Selections from the Letters of Geraldine Endsor Jewsbury to Jane Welsh Carlyle

  • Indeed, next to his man Remus Simpson, the "foreman of the crap," whom he was in the habit of consulting on "difficult pints," I stood higher with Uncle John than any one else as "a raal judgmatical man."

    The flush times of Alabama and Mississippi : a series of sketches,

  • "Aye, 'twas judgmatical and like themselves; though we were too expart to be thrown from a trail by so common an invention".

    The Last of the Mohicans

  • "Ay, 'twas judgmatical, and like themselves; though we were too expart to be thrown from a trail by so common an invention."

    The Last of the Mohicans A Narrative of 1757

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