Definitions for judiciousdʒuˈdɪʃ əs
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judicious, wise, heady(adj)
marked by the exercise of good judgment or common sense in practical matters
"judicious use of one's money"; "a wise decision"
Having, or characterized by, good judgment or sound thinking
Origin: Based on judicieux, itself based on iudicium.
of or relating to a court; judicial
directed or governed by sound judgment; having sound judgment; wise; prudent; sagacious; discreet
The Roycroft Dictionary
1. A state of mind wherein things are weighed in an imponderable scale; a conjunction of two negatives in a void. 2. To be wanting in foolishness, character or brains. 3. An exquisite and delicate perception of the difference between two things that are exactly alike, or the total unlikeness between two things that are absolutely different. 4. An umbrella to be carried on clear days as well as on rainy ones, thus protecting the possessor from everything. 5. To lie flat on your puss while the juggernaut of Opinion goes over you; to stand perfectly still between two streetcars going in opposite directions. 6. To see what's coming and avoid it by taking all sides.
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Man's most valuable trait Is a judicious sense of what not to believe.
To address a judicious remark to a thoughtless man is a mere threshing of chaff.
Originality is nothing by judicious imitation. The most original writers borrowed one from another.
The advice of friends must be received with a judicious reserve we must not give ourselves up to it and follow it blindly, whether right or wrong.
The advice of friends must be received with a judicious reserve; we must not give ourselves up to it and follow it blindly, whether right or wrong.
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