An example of prudent is someone who consults with a financial advisor before investing money. Only prudent expenditure may provide quality within a restrictive budget. She agreed it had been prudent to warn her.
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Bicycle riders are prudent to fear being clipped by a passing car. It was the result of a chain of good decisions—wise, prudent , long-sighted, or, at the least, expedient choices. It is, rather famously, not the most prudent move to get a Ph. D in philosophy. It would be prudent to reach some kind of consensus soon, because when you collect-it-all, the next step is to automate-it-all. Unlike the talent, network spokespeople are paid for the most part to be prudent and disciplined. But Serge, prudent and discreet, even in the most affectionate moments, led Jeanne to take a more sensible view. How could a prudent man who had given hostages to fortune, which Moore by this time had, in a wife and children, act otherwise?
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