- s marked by the exercise of good judgment or common sense in practical matters
judicious use of one's money
- He made judicious use of money during the upturn and consequently is able to survive the downturn.
- With Reagan and Thatcher in power, the application of judicious pressure on the Soviet state to encourage it to reform or abolish itself, or to implode, became an admissible policy.
- The judicious long view, and postmortem sentiment, will allow critics to ignore or rationalize the dip in the quality of Allen's films from the mid-'90s, or whenever they once .
- Gordon Brown in Bearsden Herald
The fiscal stimulus will be worth around 1.5% of the EU countries' GDP, including "judicious reductions in tax" and increases in public spending, Mr Brown told a press conference.
- Chris Dodd in FOXBusiness
When $30 billion of taxpayer money is placed at risk, it is our paramount responsibility to ensure that these actions were necessary and judicious,said Democratic Sen. Christopher Dodd, chairman of the Senate Banking Committee.
- Rachmat Witoelar in International Herald Tribune
I think the United States will be judicious enough to accept the changes of atmosphere,said Witoelar, who took over as president of the UN climate change conference this year.