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  • adv. In a prudent manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In a prudent manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a prudent manner; with prudence or discretion; judiciously.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a prudent manner


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prudent +‎ -ly


  • All analysis is based on the idea of prudently addressing scarcity: too few players of the otherworldly talent level required at ... modelosports. 13 days ago

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  • I can say for certain that those unions are crippling our ability to manage taxpayer money prudently, which is one of the big reasons most municipalities are broke today.

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  • BEIJING -- China's banking regulator on Saturday called on banks to "prudently" manage their lending, putting in place rules aimed at ensuring loans to individuals and businesses are used properly and requiring banks to stay vigilant about their lending even after the loans are made.

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  • All this does is "prudently" and "wisely" reorder the use of existing debt.

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  • No, I didn't realize that they are used less "prudently" could you bother to define that, btw? than if they are self-funded.

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  • It's hard to see how a pilot could fly "prudently" in the dark and without instruments.

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  • The cutbacks will come from "prudently" postponing store renovations, Mr. Sadove said.

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  • I wonder if well to do parents in the 40s "prudently" had their kids study German--- just in case?

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  • But this seems rather an unwarranted jump in thought from "prudently" to "purposely."

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  • He has attacked the introduction of the bank bonus tax as "grossly unfair" for hitting banks like his own, which managed their finances "prudently" through the financial crisis, and has argued against greater regulation of the City.

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