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Noun1.judiciousness - good judgment
sagaciousness, sagacity, discernment, judgement, judgment - the mental ability to understand and discriminate between relations
care, forethought, precaution, caution - judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger; "he exercised caution in opening the door"; "he handled the vase with care"
indiscreetness, injudiciousness - lacking good judgment
2.judiciousness - the trait of forming opinions by distinguishing and evaluating
wisdom, wiseness - the trait of utilizing knowledge and experience with common sense and insight
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(dʒuˈdiʃəs) adjective
showing wisdom and good sense. a judicious choice of words.
juˈdiciously adverb
juˈdiciousness noun
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It was his chief solace and satisfaction to alleviate individual distress, to confer favours upon worthy ones who had need of succour, to dazzle unfortunates by unexpected and bewildering gifts of truly royal magnificence, bestowed, however, with wisdom and judiciousness.
Such a man can't help but have tremendous stories to tell, and Meacham, clearly possessed of the same judiciousness and diplomatic skills as his subject, was able to negotiate a king's access to the Bush family and its lieutenants, earning their trust, just as Bush did with the Soviets.
Judiciousness on the financial front will help you save money.
There are several synonyms used for wisdom in practice, including but not limited to reason, intellect, insight, acumen, balance, clear thinking, comprehension, enlightenment, foresight, good judgment, clear judgment, judiciousness, prudence, sagacity, sanity, rationality, savvy, shrewdness and understanding.
The success of the defense acquisition system is predicated on a solid foundation of fiscal responsibility, and any cure for inefficiency and mismanagement will only take effect when the DoD workforce is allowed to operate in an environment that fosters judiciousness and budgetary discipline.
Buchan also cites two examples of the King's judiciousness.
This stressful environment needs your leadership, ingenuity, and your honor, courage and commitment to spearhead each and every assignment or situation that you face, and we must ensure we maintain a culture of judiciousness.
However, as limited as Elinor's knowledge of Edward is, there are clear advantages that come from her uncertainty: the pragmatism that accompanies her skepticism prevents her from behaving in ways that would make her the target of painful gossip, and the judiciousness of her open mind contributes to the ethical makeup of her character.
The one-line, one-PowerPoint-slide battlefield update employed with great judiciousness from the squad to the brigade level; play that card too often and it might suggest you're not trying hard enough.
The intent is to leverage existing resources and maintain readiness, as well as to foster a culture of judiciousness, while supporting the warfighter, and remaining connected to DPO and industry.
A more measured view--that Islam is a historic civilization now in the throes of a tumultuous coming-to-terms with modernity, a process America is fortunately situated to observe from some distance, treat with judiciousness, and perhaps assist--has surprisingly little traction.
King Solomon, another Eastern wisdom figure, was renowned for his judiciousness, as in the Biblical tale of the baby and the two mothers (The New Oxford Annotated Bible, 1 Kings 3.