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- adv. In a judicious manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a judicious manner; with good judgment; wisely.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a judicious manner; with good judgment; with discretion or wisdom.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a judicious manner
But use the word judiciously, as the matter usually is in dispute.
Writing judiciously is the way to go and that is what you seem to excel at.
Keep your household accounts with the greatest exactness, and let your husband see that you take a decided pride and pleasure in judiciously expending the money he intrusts to your care.
All through their girlhood she had felt that she could act on her sister by a word judiciously placed -- by opening a little window for the daylight of her own understanding to enter among the strange colored lamps by which Dodo habitually saw.
All through their girlhood she had felt that she could act on her sister by a word judiciously placed -- by opening a little window for the daylight of her own understanding to enter among the strange colored lamps by which
Among the titles judiciously chosen for development on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC are the racer
I am not aware of anyone who has treated it judiciously, which is why I hoped you might have some more references.
PAUL BEGALA, CNN POLITICAL ANALYST: It is and it is one this president uses judiciously, which is why.
Yet a Burgundian chardonnay, the obvious model, would display its oak more judiciously, which is to say that oak would not be on display at all.
Appling said the Family Research Institute, which took the lead in fighting the same-sex marriage ban, would "judiciously" examine Wisconsin's no-fault divorce law - spouses can request termination of the marriage without having to prove marital misconduct - and eventually approach legislators about introducing changes.